Prof. Renato Spigler

Professor of Mathematics (Full Professor of Numerical Analysis)

Renato Spigler,
Department of Mathematics and Physics
"Roma Tre" University
1, Largo San Leonardo Murialdo
00146 Rome, ITALY
(39) 06-5733.8211


Education: Degree in Electronic Engineering, University of Padova, Padua, Italy (Communication Engineering), 1972.
Career: 1972--1978: Fellowship and Contract from the Italian Ministry of Education;
1978--1985: Assistent of "Mathematical Methods for Engineering";
1985--1994: Associate Professor of "Mathematical Analysis" and of "Mathematical Methods for Engineering", as Faculty member in the School of Engineering, University of Padova, Padua, Italy.

1994--1996: Full Professor of ''Institutions of Matemathics/Numerical Analysis'', at the University of Lecce, Italy.
1996-present: Full Professor of ''Mathematical Analysis'', School of Engineering, University ''Roma Tre'', Rome, Italy.
Visiting Positions: "Honorary Fellow", University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A. (1980-1981); "Visiting Member" and "Associate Research Scientist", Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, New York, U.S.A. (1981-1982, 1983-1985); "Fulbright Scholar" at the New York University (1983--1985).

Invited at the York University, Downsview, Canada (August 1987); invited at the Rourke University, at the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi and Bombay, at the Indian Institute of Sciences, in Bangalore, India (February--March 1988); "Research Scholar", Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, U.S.A. (August--September 1995); Fellowhsip from Catalunya, at the University Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain (2007).
Scientific Interests: -- Ordinary, Parabolic, and Stochastic Differential Equations, and their numerical treatment.
-- Asymptotic Methods.
-- Difference Equations.
-- Applied and Computational Mathematics.
Teaching Activities: "Mathematical Analysis I and II"; "Calculus 1 and 2".
"Mathematical Methods for Engineering".
"Numerical Analysis"; "Numerical Analysis and Programming".
"Institutions of Mathematics".
"Differential Equations".
"Mathematical Analysis for Applications".
"Applied and Industrial Mathematics".
"Discrete Probability"; "Probability and Statistics".
"Numerical Methods for Engineering"