Current Position:

Photo by Pawel Konieczny. 

Awards
 2011 Ruth I. Michler Memorial Prize, awarded by the Association for Women in Mathematics.
Previous and Visiting Positions:
 Secretary, SIAM Activity Group on Analysis of PDE, January 2013December 2014
 Core Visitor, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, SeptemberOctober 2014
 Associate Professor, Penn State University, 20092013
 Michler Visiting Fellow, Cornell University, Spring 2012
 Longterm visitor, Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, JanuaryJune 2010.
 Assistant Professor, Penn State University, 20032009
 Gibbs Instructor, Yale University, 20002003 (onleave 20012002)
 Postdoctoral Associate, Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, JanuaryJune 2002
 Postdoctoral Fellow, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, AugustDecember 2001
 Liftoff Fellow, Clay Mathematics Institute, JuneJuly 2000
Education:
 Ph.D. Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , 2000. Adviser: Michael E. Taylor.
 B.S./M.S. Physics, Milan University, Italy, 1994. Adviser: Paolo CottaRamusino.
Conferences Organized
 Recent Advances in hydrodynamics, Banff International Research Station, Bannf, Canada, June 510, 2016.
 Summer School on Transport, Mixing, and Fluids, Levico Terme, Italy, Jule 2024, 2015.
 Workshop Mathematical Analysis of Turbulence, Thematic Program "Mathematics of Turbulence", IPAM, UCLA, September 29October 3, 2014.
 School "Around Vortices: from Continuum to Quantum Mechanics", Thematic Program on Incompressible Fluids, IMPA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 1221, 2014.
 A Conference on Partial Differential Equations Analytic and Geometric Aspects in honor of Michael Taylor's 65th birthday, UNCChapel Hill, July 1620, 2012.
 Workshop on the Mathematics of Financial Risk Management, Penn State, May 1011, 2012.
 3rd Workshop in Fluids and PDE, June 27  July 1, 2011, Campinas, Brazil.
Ensemble of Bred Vectors for a model of Thermohaline Circulation (MATLAB © generated, N. Balci, A. Mazzucato, J. Restrepo, and G. Sell) 

FEM solution of the
Laplace equation in a crack domain with Dirichlet b. c. (Generated using C code, available here , H. Li and V. Nistor.)  
Section of slowness
surface for transversely isotropic media (MAPLE© generated, A. Mazzucato & L. Rachele) 
Research Interests.
Analysis of Partial Differential Equations: Fluid Mechanics: properties of mild and weak solutions to the 3D NavierStokes equations, 2D and QG turbulence (in particular dissipation of energy and enstrophy), vanishing viscosity limit.
 Elasticity: wellposedness and regularity of anisotropic elastostatics in generalized polyhedral domains (with applications to the Finite Element Method), quasistatic crack formation, wave propagation in anisotropic elastic media.
 Inverse Problems: unique determination of elastic moduli from dynamic displacementtraction boundary measurements in anisotropic elastic media (specifically for transversely isotropic media), transient elastography, option pricing.
Research partially supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, Division of Mathematical Sciences.
Fields of Expertise:
 Harmonic and Microlocal Analysis.
 Analyis of Partial Differential Equations.
 Global analysis, analysis on Manifolds.
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