Mathematics is the language and the logical process necessary to understand the world.

All shapes surrounding us can be locally approximated by a number of  polynomial equations. How many? Do they have some special structure? Which numerical methods we can use to solve these equations?

These are the questions that are at the heart of my research.

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Sandra Di Rocco

Sandra Di Rocco
department head
KTH, Mathematics

dirocco AT
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Johanna Bergman
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Schedule: 2018
15-20 apr ws KTH
22-25 apr Krakow
26-27 april Trieste
18-22 june Fields
2-6 july Genova
29-30 jult S.Paulo
1-5 aug. ICM
Sept&Nov ICERM

Starting August 2017!
B&P MathDataLab at KTH

Tropical Geometry and Amoebas in higher dimension
April 16-20 2017 KTH
ICERM  Sept-Dec 2018
                     "Non Linear Algebra"