I am a Morrey Visiting Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley, hosted by Sung-Jin Oh and Daniel Tataru.
I can be emailed at fpasqualotto *at* berkeley *dot* edu.
I recently obtained my Ph.D. in Mathematics from Princeton University under the supervision of Mihalis Dafermos and Peter Constantin.
Partial Differential Equations: General Relativity, Fluid Dynamics, Nonlinear Waves.
Ph.D., Princeton University, 2020. M.Sc., ETH Zürich, 2014. B.Sc. (Laurea), University of Milan, 2012.
I am teaching Math 104 (7,8) in the Fall 2020 at Berkeley. The course website is on bCourses.
Analysis Seminar, UC San Diego, May 2020. Canceled due to the COVID-19 crisis. General Relativity and Geometric Analysis Seminar, Columbia University, April 2020. Canceled due to the COVID-19 crisis. Analysis seminar, Princeton University. December 2019. AMS sectional meeting, UC Riverside. November 2019. EquaDiff conference, Universität Leiden. July 2019. Junior analysis seminar, Imperial college. London, July 2019. Marcel Grossmann meeting, Session on problems of mathematical general relativity. Rome, July 2018. AMS sectional meeting, Northeastern University. Boston, April 2018. FMSP Tokyo-Princeton joint student seminar, University of Tokyo. January 2018. Princeton-Tokyo fluid mechanics workshop, Princeton University. November 2017. General relativity seminar, UPMC. Paris, November 2017.
Assistant in instruction for EGR 192 (An integrated introduction to Engineering, Mathematics and Physics, instructor: Casey Kelleher), Fall 2019. Instructor for MAT 103 (Calculus I, course head: J. Johnson), Spring 2019. Teaching assistant for MAT 103 (Calculus I, instructor: J. Fickenscher), Fall 2018. Teaching assistant for MAT 520 (Functional analysis, instructor: P. Constantin), Spring 2018. Teaching assistant for MAT 427 (Ordinary Differential Equations, instructor: T. Buckmaster), Spring 2018. Teaching assistant for MAT 216 (Honors analysis, instructors: R. Gunning and V. Vicol), Fall 2017. Teaching assistant for MAT 218 (Honors analysis, instructor: R. Gunning), Spring 2017.