- Computational engineering and science
- Computational physics
- Numerical modeling of electromagnetic and multi-physics problems, mainly with the Discrete Geometric Approach (DGA)
- Algebraic topology in electromagnetics, computational topology, (co)homology computation
- Development of novel Discrete Hodge Operators (also known as constitutive matrices)
- Bioelectromagnetics, biosensors and bioelectronics
- Inverse problems applied to non-destructive testing and evaluation (NDT) and to biomedical engineering
- Biomedical imaging on lab-on-a-chip devices
- Optimization of electromagnetic devices
- Mesh generation and CAD interface
Prof. Lauri Kettunen, Tampere University of Technology, Finland.
Prof. Patrick Dular, Prof. Christophe Geuzaine, University of Liége, Belgium.
Prof. P. Robert Kotiuga, Boston University, USA.
Prof. Francois Henrotte, Prof. Kay Hameyer, RTWH Aachen, Germany.
Dr. Lorenzo Codecasa, Polythecnic of Milan.
Prof. Antonello Tamburrino, Prof. Guglielmo Rubinacci, University of Cassino.
Prof. Piergiorgio Alotto, Prof. Paolo Bettini, Prof. Massimo Guarnieri, University of Padua.
Prof. Ermanno Cardelli, University of Perugia.
Prof. Maurizio Repetto, Polythecnic of Turin.
Prof. Enzo Tonti, University of Trieste.
Applications of our numerical methods to other fields of physics are very welcome.