Alberto De Marchi

Dr. candidate in Engineering Mathematics, UniBw, Munich, DE
M.Sc. in Mechatronics Engineering, UniTn, Trento, IT
B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering, UniTn, Trento, IT

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About me

I am a Research Assistant at the Institute for Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing at UniBw, under the supervision of Prof. Matthias Gerdts. Before moving to Munich, I received a B.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering (2014) and a M.Sc. in Mechatronics Engineering (2016) from UniTn, Trento. I grew up in the Veneto countryside, Italy.

🔭 My research revolves around mathematical optimization and its applications in control systems. I am interested in computational optimization and fashinated by the interplay between numerical optimization and linear algebra. My research comprises the design, analysis, implementation, and testing of methods for continuous optimization. Currently, I am working on stabilized, primal-dual Newton-type methods for nonlinear programming.

🌱 I enjoy reading about the problem of mind and I am curious about how people came to be curious. Asimov's Foundation, War and Peace, and The Bridge on the Drina are among my favourite books. I am learning German and Julia, and I am looking forward to diving into Portuguese and Rust. When out of office, you can find me most often cooking or hiking.