Research fields
 geometry, in particular algebraic, differential, and noncommutative geometry, also with applications to quantum field and string theory
 mathematical analysis, in particular calculus of variations, control theory, partial and ordinary differential equations
 mathematical modelling, in particular mechanics of solids and fluids, modelling of complex and biological systems, multiscale analysis
 mathematical physics, in particular integrable systems and their applications, nonlinear partial differential equations, mathematical aspects of quantum physics
 numerical analysis and scientific computing, applied to partial differential equations and to control problems
PhD and MSC courses:
 Geometry and Mathematical Physics
 Mathematical Analysis, Modelling, and Applications
 Laurea Magistrale in Matematica (in collaboration with the University of Trieste)
 Joint SISSAICTP professional Master in High Performance Computing (MHPC)
Laboratories:
 SISSA MathLab: a laboratory for mathematical modeling and scientific computing
 SAMBA a laboratory in collaboration with the Cognitive Neuroscience Group
Area Coordinator
Faculty

Antonio Ambrosetti, Professor Emeritus

Andrei Agrachev, Professor

Massimiliano Berti, Professor

Marco Bertola, Professor

Stefano Bianchini, Professor

Ugo Bruzzo, Professor

Ludwik Dabrowski, Professor

Gianni Dal Maso, Professor

Antonio De Simone, Professor

Boris Dubrovin, Professor

Barbara Fantechi, Professor

Nicola Gigli, Professor

Cesare Reina, Professor

Gianluigi Rozza, Professor

Jacopo Stoppa, Professor

Alessandro Tanzini, Professor

Guido De Philippis, Associate Professor

Tamara Grava, Associate Professor

Davide Guzzetti, Associate Professor

Luca Heltai, Associate Professor

Fabio Cavalletti, Assistant Professor

Antonio Lerario, Assistant Professor

Alessandro Lucantonio, Assistant Professor

Alessandro Michelangeli, Assistant Professor

Giovanni Noselli, Assistant Professor

Sandro Zagatti, Assistant Professor
Visiting Professors

Rodica Toader, Università di Udine

Gianfausto Dell'Antonio, Visiting Professor