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Lorenzo Portinale
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Lorenzo Portinale
Postdoctoral Fellow

Lorenzo Portinale completed a Bachelor in Mathematics at the University of Torino in 2015 before moving to Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, where he obtained in 2017 his Master in Mathematics, under the supervision of Prof. Luigi Ambrosio. He joined IST Austria as PhD student in Fall 2017 where he joined the group of Prof. Jan Maas.  He holds now a PostDoc position at the Hausdorff Center of Mathematics in Bonn, started in Fall 2021, under the mentoring of Prof. Karl-Theodor Sturm and Prof. Franca Hoffmann.
His main research focus is the theory of commutative and noncommutative optimal transport, with particular attention to the connections to evolution equations and gradient flows. Other interests include calculus of variations, metric measure spaces theory, and interacting particle systems.


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