Marco Bresciani



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Research


My research concerns the study of problems from Continuum Mechanics and Materials Science through the Calculus of Variations and the theory of Partial Differential Equations.

My doctoral project is focused on models at large strains where elasticity is coupled with other effects and that involve mixed Eulerian-Lagrangian formulations.

I am also interested in variational models in Dislocation Theory.


Papers

    --Published papers--

• M. Bresciani, Linearized von Kármán theory for incompressible magnetoelastic plates, Math. Mod. Meth. Appl. Sci. 31 (2021), 10, 1987-2037. [link] [preprint]

    --Accepted papers--

• M. Bresciani, E. Davoli, M. Kružík, Existence results in large-strain magnetoelasticity (2021), to appear in Ann. Inst. H. Poincaré Anal. Nonlinéaire [preprint]

    --Submitted papers--

• M. Bresciani, M. Kružík, A reduced model for plates arising as low energy Γ-limit in nonlinear magnetoelasticity (2021) [preprint]


Theses

Master Thesis (supervisor: Maria Giovanna Mora)
M. Bresciani, The enormalized energy for a system of edge dislocations with multiple Burgers vectors , University of Pavia (2019) [master thesis]