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Faculty

  • Alberto Adrego Pinto

    aapinto@fc.up.pt

  • Research Area

    Renormalization / Applications of Mathematics

  • Institution

    University of Porto

  • PhD

    Institution: University of Warwick
    Year: 1991

  • Main research publications

    • Golden tilings (with J. P. Almeida and A. Portela) ", Transactions of the American Mathematical Society 364 (2012)
    • Global hyperbolicity of renormalization for C^r unimodal mappings (with E. de Faria and W. de Melo) ", Annals of Mathematics 164 (2006)
    • Rigidity of hyperbolic sets on surfaces (with D.A. Rand) ", Journal of the London Mathematical Society 71 (2005)
    • Smoothness of holonomies for codimension 1 hyperbolic dynamics (with D. A. Rand) ", Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society 34 (2002)
    • Rigidity of C^2 infinitely renormalizable unimodal maps (with W. de Melo) ", Communications in Mathematical Physics 208 (1999)
  • PhD Students

    • Applications of Mathematics and Game Theory to Industrial Organization. PhD in Applied Mathematics. Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal 2013
    • ongoing
    • co-supervision with Mário Bessa, ongoing
    • ongoing
    • co-supervision with Bruno Oliveira, ongoing
    • Anosov diffeomorphisms, renormalization and Tilings. PhD in Applied Mathematics. Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal 2012
    • Sistemas Dinâmicos Naturais e Complexos. PhD in Mathematics, University of Minho, Portugal co-supervision with R. Gonçalves, 2011
    • co-supervision with Bruno Oliveira, ongoing
    • Thresholds for epidemiological outbreaks. PhD in Mathematics, University of Minho, Portugal co-supervision with N. Stollenwerk, 2010
    • ongoing
    • Modelos Microeconómicos. PhD in Mathematics, University of Minho, Portugal 2010
    • ongoing
    • co-supervision with Athanasios Yannacopoulos and Filipe Mena, ongoing
    • Dinâmica em Oligopólios. PhD in Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal 2007
    • Application of Dynamical Systems to Biological and Economical Sciences. PhD in Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal 2007
    • Complex natural systems: what tendencies? The stochastic and the deterministic. PhD in Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal co-supervision with F. Calheiros, 2005
    • Differentiability, Universality and Renormalization of Hyperbolic Dynamical Systems 2001

Research and Events

Events

  • PhD Defense
    Fernando Lucatelli Nunes - Pseudomonads and Descent
    10:00 - Sala dos Capelos, Univ. Coimbra
    January 24, 2018
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Defended Theses

  • Descent theory of (T,V)-categories: global-descent and étale-descent
      Pier Giorgio Basile (September 2017)
      Maria Manuel Clementino
  • Representations of generalized quivers
      Artur Duarte Ferreira de Araújo (June 2017)
      Peter Gothen
  • On semisimple Hopf actions
      Deividi Ricardo Pansera (June 2017)
      Christian Edgar Lomp
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