Tommaso Lorenzi
CV

Current position - [10/2015, today]

Research fellow in the Mathematical Biology group led by Professor Mark Chaplain at the University of St Andrews

Academic appointments

[11/2014, 09/2015] - Postdoctoral fellow
CMLA - École normale supérieure de Cachan (Cachan, FR)
Project coordinator: L. Desvillettes

[11/2013, 10/2014] - Postdoctoral fellow
LJLL - Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris, FR)
Project coordinator: B. Perthame

[07/2013, 10/2013] - Postdoctoral fellow
DISMA - Politecnico di Torino (Torino, IT)
Project coordinator: M. Delitala

[04/2013, 06/2013] - Visiting postdoctoral fellow
Couzin Lab - Princeton University (Princeton, NJ)
Project coordinator: I. Couzin

Education

[11/2009, 03/2013] - PhD in Applied Mathematics
DISMA - Politecnico di Torino (Torino, IT)
Advisor: M. Delitala
Dissertation: Structured Equations for Complex Living Systems

[12/2012, 03/2013] - Visiting PhD student
MOX - Politecnico di Milano (Milano, IT)
Project coordinator: A. Quarteroni

[01/2012, 06/2012] - Visiting PhD student
LJLL - Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris, FR)
Project coordinator: B. Perthame

[10/2008, 05/2009] - Graduate’s diploma in Banking and Finance
CSB (Lugano, CH)

[09/2006, 07/2008] - Master in Engineering Physics
DISMA - Politecnico di Torino (Torino, IT)
110/110 cum laude and right of publication - GPA: 30/30

[09/2003, 09/2006] - Bachelor in Engineering Physics
DISAT - Politecnico di Torino (Torino, IT)
110/110 cum laude - GPA: 28/30

Awards

2015 - INdAM-SIMAI-UMI 2014 prize for the best Italian PhD thesis in Applied Mathematics

2014 - Postdoctoral research fellowship for two years from the Fondation Mathématique Jacques Hadamard

2013 - Postdoctoral research fellowship for one year from the Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris

2012 - Postdoctoral grant for one year from the MIUR-FIRB Project RBID08PP3J - "Mathematical methods and tools for the modelling and simulation of the onset of cancer"

2009 - Doctoral grant for three years from the MIUR-FIRB Project RBID08PP3J - "Mathematical methods and tools for the modelling and simulation of the onset of cancer"

2008 - Top graduating-student award from the Industrial Union of Turin

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