My work is in applied mathematics and mathematical physics of fluid and complex systems (see Research Interests).
My current research is focused on applications of geometric and topological methods to study morphological aspects of vortex flows, magnetic fields, filament tangles, and to determine fundamental relationships between these aspects and dynamical and energetic properties of such systems (see Current Projects). My aim is to explore and establish new possible relations between energy, complexity and function.
Scientific research and international collaborations are promoted through the active organization of advanced schools, meetings and long-term intensive programmes in world-class research centres (see Scientific Events and Activities). The scientific results are regularly published in primary journals in the field (see Publications).
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Original project: Paolo Pedaletti.
Concept design and re-styling: Fabio Sturaro & Biagio Otgianu.
Last update: December, 2012.