Department of Mathematics
KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
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Short Bio. Currently, I am a researcher at KTH. Before I was a Wallenberg Post-doctoral Fellow and Zelevinsky Research Instructor at the Department of Mathematics of Northeastern University. Prior coming to US, I worked at University of Fribourg as Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) Post-doc. Anders Björner and Torsten Ekedahl supervised me for my doctoral studies at Stockholm University.
|My paper Cooperative games on simplicial complexes has been accepted for publication in Discrete Applied Mathematics. I will keep you updated about the other two manuscripts on cooperative games Cooperative games on simplicial complexes and Probabilistic values for simplicial complexes.|
|The manuscript Motivic classes of classifying stacks of some semi-direct products (with Federico Scavia) was accepted for publication in Journal of Algebra!|
|Alessio Borzí and I have uploaded a new work on Arxiv.org: Set of indipendencies and Tutte polynomial of matroids over a domain.|
Selected publications (For an up-to-date list of publications click here.)
- Motivic classes of classifying stacks of some semi-direct products, with Federico Scavia, Journal of Algebra, 544 (2020), 62–74;
- On the codimension of Noether-Lefshetz loci for toric threefolds with Valeriano Lanza, Communications in Contemporary Mathematics (2019) 1950037 (5 pages), World Scientific Publishing Company, DOI: 10.1142/S0219199719500378;
- Cohen-Macaulay Property and linearity of pinched Veronese Rings with Ornella Greco, accepted in Journal of Commutative Algebra (2019);
- Finite Groups Generated in Low Real Codimension with Rahul Singh, Linear Algebra and Its Applications 570C (2019) pp. 245--281, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.laa.2019.01.004;
- The Ekedahl Invariant for finite groups J. Pure Appl. Algebra 220 (2016), no. 4, 1294–1309;
- Syzygies of the Veronese Modules with Ornella Greco Comm. Algebra 44 (2016), no. 9, 3890–3906.
Supervisioning and Mentoring. (2019) Alessio Borzì (Master, PhD student at Warkick from Oct 2019); (2018) Zheying Yu (Master), Walker Miller-Breetz (REU), Benjamin Bonenfant (REU), Zheying Yu (REU), Kevin Su (REU, PhD student at UC Riverside, from Sept 2019), Christina Nguyen (REU), Noah Lichtblau (REU), Felipe Castellano-Macias (REU, paper on ArXiv), Alon Duvall (REU, PhD stutent at UC-San Diego), Timothy Jackman (REU, from Aug 2019 PhD student at Boston University), Jai Aslam (Undergraduate, from Aug 2018 PhD student at NC State); (2017) Jean Harerimana (Master); (2016) Alexis Manishimwe (Master, now Assistant Lecturer at UTAB), Janvier Ndahimana Rukundo (Master); (2015) Victor Lisinski (Extraseminar student, currently PhD student at University of Oxford); (2014) Niklas Hedberg (Undergraduate).
Fun facts. What do the Fields medalist, Alessio Figalli, and I have both in common? Italians, right but also we both have been awarded with the Anile Prize (me on 2009 and Alessio on 2010).
Financial supports. Several grants and foundations have funded my research, supported my travels, and contributed to the organization of events. Here a short list: National Science Foundation (as DMS-1645877), Wallenberg Foundation, Swiss National Science Foundation, Andrei Zelevinsky Research Instructor Fund, Stiftelsen GS Magnusons fond (by Kungliga Vetenskapsakademien, KVA), Mats Essens minnesfond and Knut och Alice Wallenbergs Stiftelsen resefond 2012-2013 (by Svenska matematikersamfundet), Catania Institute of Advanced Study (SSC), Alumni Scuola Superiore di Catania, and CUSO (Conférence Universitaire de Suisse Occidentale).
I do agree with the diversity axioms of Federico Ardila:
Axiom 1. Mathematical talent is distributed equally among different groups, irrespective of geographic, demographic, and economic boundaries.
Axiom 2. Everyone can have joyful, meaningful, and em- powering mathematical experiences.
Axiom 3. Mathematics is a powerful, malleable tool that can be shaped and used differently by various communi- ties to serve their needs.
Axiom 4. Every student deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.
Dr. Ivan Martino,
KTH, Department of Mathematics,
SE-100 44 Stockholm,
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My office is the room number 3732 at the 7-th floor of the mathematics department of KTH.
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Phone: +46 (0)8 790 6643
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