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Contemporary Research in Elliptic PDEs and Related Topics

  • Serena Dipierro
  • Includes quality contributions in fundamental fields of research

  • Accessible to PhD students and early career researchers

  • Written by high-impact authors with outstanding research records


Part of the Springer INdAM Series book series (SINDAMS, volume 33)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Nicola Abatangelo, Enrico Valdinoci
    Pages 1-105
  3. Isabeau Birindelli, Françoise Demengel, Fabiana Leoni
    Pages 107-127
  4. Stefano Borghini, Lorenzo Mazzieri
    Pages 129-202
  5. Ugo Boscain, Mario Sigalotti
    Pages 203-219
  6. Fatma Gamze Düzgün, Sunra Mosconi, Vincenzo Vespri
    Pages 301-368
  7. Carlo Mantegazza, Matteo Novaga, Alessandra Pluda
    Pages 369-417
  8. Connor Mooney
    Pages 457-480

About this book


This volume collects contributions from the speakers at an INdAM Intensive period held at the University of Bari in 2017. The contributions cover several aspects of partial differential equations whose development in recent years has experienced major breakthroughs in terms of both theory and applications. The topics covered include nonlocal equations, elliptic equations and systems, fully nonlinear equations, nonlinear parabolic equations, overdetermined boundary value problems, maximum principles, geometric analysis, control theory, mean field games, and bio-mathematics. The authors are trailblazers in these topics and present their work in a way that is exhaustive and clearly accessible to PhD students and early career researcher. As such, the book offers an excellent introduction to a variety of fundamental topics of contemporary investigation and inspires novel and high-quality research.


Partial differential equations Nonlocal equations Nonlinear equations Geometric analysis Mean field games

Editors and affiliations

  • Serena Dipierro
    • 1
  1. 1.Dept. of Mathematics and StatisticsUniversity of Western AustraliaCrawley, PerthAustralia

About the editors

Serena Dipierro received her PhD from SISSA (Trieste) in 2012, and she is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Western Australia’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Her research interests include partial differential equations, free boundary problems, nonlinear analysis, nonlocal equations, and calculus of variations.

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