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Alessandro Veneziani

Joint Faculty

Office: N416
Phone: 404-727-7925
Personal Website:
Research Groups: Numerical Analysis & Scientific Computing

Office Hours:
  • Monday: 5:30PM - 7:30PM
  • Wednesday: 5:30PM - 7:30PM

  • Numerical Partial Differential Equations with applications to Medicine and Cardiovascular Diseases. Computational Fluid Dynamics, Finite Elements, Data Assimilation

Recent Publications:
  • S. Perotto, A. Reali, P. Rusconi, A. Veneziani, HIGAMod: A Hierarchical IsoGeometric Approach for MODel reduction in curved pipes Tech Report Math & CS Department, Emory, TR-2015-011 (2015), to appear in Comp & Fluids (2016)
  • F. Auricchio, M. Ferretti, A. Lefieux, M. Musci, A. Reali, S. Trimarchi, A. Veneziani Assessment of a black-box approach for a parallel finite elements solver in computational hemodynamics, Tech Report Math & CS Department, Emory, TR-2015-002 (2015), to appear in International Journal of High Performance Computing (2016)
  • Sofia Guzzetti, Tiziano Passerini, Jaroslaw Slawinski, Umberto Villa, Alessandro Veneziani, Vaidy Sunderam Platform and Algorithm Effects on Computational Fluid Dynamics Applications in Life Sciences Tech Report Math & CS Department, Emory, TR-2015-006, to appear in Future Generation Computer Systems (2016)
  • CP Rivera, A Veneziani, RE Ware, MO Platt , Sickle cell anemia and pediatric strokes: Computational fluid dynamics analysis in the middle cerebral artery, Exp Biol Med 241 (7) 755-765, 2016
  • Alfio Quarteroni, Alessandro Veneziani, Christian Vergara, Geometric multiscale modeling of the circulatory system, between theory and practice, Comp Meth Appl Mech Eng, 302, pp. 193-252, 2016
  • Ferdinando Auricchio, Adrien Lefieux, Alessandro Reali, Alessandro Veneziani, A locally anisotropic fluid-structure interaction remeshing strategy for thin structures with application to a hinged rigid leflaet, Tech Report Math & CS Department, Emory, TR-2015-001, Int J Num Meth Eng, doi:10.1002/nme.5159, 2016
  • L. Bertagna, A. Quaini, A. Veneziani, Deconvolution-based nonlinear filtering for incompressible flows at moderately large Reynolds numbers, Tech Report Math & CS Department, Emory, TR-2015-003, Int J Num Meth Fluids, doi: 10.1002/d.4192, 2016

  • PhD in Applied Mathematics - 1998 - University of Milan (ITALY)
  • Graduation in Electronic Engineering - 1994 - Politecnico di Milano (ITALY)

Honors and Awards:
  • SIAM Outstanding Paper Prize 2004 (with A. Quarteroni, P. Zunino)
  • International G. Sacchi Landriani Prize (young numerical analyst) 2007
  • Excellence In Research, The Brain Aneurysm Foundation 2009
  • ACM Most Notable Paper Prize 2014 (with S. Perotto)

  • Member of the Editorial Board of Int J Num Meth Biomed Eng
  • Member of the Editorial Board of Math Problems in Engineering
  • Former consultant of Arena Sport, Ducati Motorcycles, Brembo Brakes, Siemens Medical Solutions
  • Member of SIAM, AMS, American Heart Association
  • Academic Advisor of the Emory Mathematical Modeling Association (EMMA)