• About SNS

    The Scuola Normale Superiore is a public institute for higher education that in its two centuries of life has earned itself a special place, both in Italy and abroad, a place characterised by merit, talent and scientific rigour.  Two types of course are available: the undergraduate course and the PhD course.The teaching activity is distributed among three academic structures: the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty of Mathematical and Natural Sciences, placed in Pisa, and the Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, located in Palazzo Strozzi in Florence. 

  • Admission

    The evaluation for entrance to the first year of the undergraduate course does not include the high school leaving certificate, and the bachelor's degree is not taken into consideration in the entrance examination for the fourth year course. For each PhD course, candidates’ level of competence, talent, motivations and aptitudes to scientific research will be assessed on the basis of their qualifications and research project and an interview.

  • Academics

    The Scuola Normale Superiore offers two types of course: the undergraduate course, leading to first and second level university degrees, and the PhD course, the international equivalent of the Italian Dottorato di ricerca.The teaching and research activity is distributed among three academic structures: the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty of Mathematical and Natural Sciences, and the Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences.The first two academic structures, housed at the Pisa site, organize courses for both the  undergraduate course and the PhD course. The Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, situated in Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, deals only with the PhD course.

  • Research

    A highly qualifying feature of the Normale way is the strong link between teaching and research that is a characteristic of both the undergraduate and the graduate programmes of the Scuola. The research structures of the two Faculties welcome students with a relevant study interest, enabling them to collaborate in a mature way with the activities of the researchers.

  • International

    The Scuola Normale is an institute of a decidedly international nature. Examinations for admission to the undergraduate degree course and for the PhD course are open to all citizens worldwide. A certain number of places on the PhD course are reserved for students from other countries. During the pre laurea and  post lauream teaching courses, study and research programmes are made available at overseas universities and research centres with which the Scuola forms an intense network of collaboration.  The doctorate course in particular is taught in a veritable graduate school in line with the highest international standards. 

MALCHIODI ANDREA
Prof. ANDREA MALCHIODI
Full Professor
MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS
Tel. +39 050 509738
WORKPLACE

Palazzo della Carovana

Classe di Scienze Matematiche e Naturali
Piazza dei Cavalieri, 7
56126, PISA

Research interests
Geometric Analysis, Partial Di erential Equations, Variational Methods, Di erential Geometry.

Education
S.I.S.S.A., Trieste, Italy. Ph.D. in Mathematical Analysis, October 2000. Thesis: Existence and multiplicity
results for some problems in Riemannian Geometry, supervisor A. Ambrosetti. Note of distinction
from the committee.
University of Milan, Italy. B.S. Physics, July 1996. Thesis: On the stability of spheres with respect to
the variation of mean curvature, supervisor M. Rigoli. Grade 110/110 cum laude.

Career
Fulbright fellowship: academic year 2000-2001. Visiting Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.
Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, member: academic years 2001-2003.
Idoneita as Professore associato in mathematical analysis, University of Salerno, April 2003.
ETH, Zurich, Visitor, Fall Semester 2003.
S.I.S.S.A., Trieste, March 2004 - December 2004, associate (visiting) professor.
S.I.S.S.A., Trieste, December 2004 - September 2006, associate professor.
Idoneita as Professore ordinario in mathematical analysis, University of Milano Bicocca, January 2006.
S.I.S.S.A., Trieste, October 2006 - December 2014, Professor (on leave during 2013).
University of Warwick, January-December 2013, Professor.
Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, December 2014 - , Professor

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