|Dr. Patrizia Daniele|
Dr. Patrizia Daniele is Professor of Operational Research in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Catania, Italy.
She received the Degree in Mathematics from the University of Catania and a PhD in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Naples.
In 1996, she was
awarded the Gioacchino
Iapichino Award by President Oscar Luigi Scalfaro of Italy, after a
competition, for the paper, Dual variational inequality and
to asymmetric traffic equilibrium problem with capacity constraints.
In March 2004, she held a Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center
as part of a Research Team Residency, joint with Professors Anna
and Monica-Gabriela Cojocaru.
March through May 2006
she was a Visiting Scholar in the Division of Engineering and Applied
Sciences at Harvard University and collaborated with Professor Nagurney
who was a Science Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
She was the Co-Organizer with Professor Anna Nagurney of the workshop, Complex Networks -- Equilibrium and Vulnerability Analysis with Applications, held at the University of Catania, March 10-12, 2008.
She is very active in organizing sessions at international conferences.
Her research interests include: the traffic equilibrium problem and its dual, spatial price equilibrium problems, dynamics of complex networks in an environment of risk and uncertainty, and evolutionary variational inequalities.
A Supply Chain Network Game Theory Model of Cybersecurity Investments with Nonlinear Budget Constraints
Cybersecurity Investments with Nonlinear Budget Constraints: Analysis of the Marginal Expected Utilities
A Variational Inequality Formulation of Equilibrium Models for End-of-Life Products with Nonlinear Constraints
Evolutionary Variational Inequalities and Applications to Complex Dynamic Multi-level Models
Anna Nagurney, David Parkes, and Patrizia Daniele, Computational Management Science 4: (2007) pp 355-375.
Evolutionary Variational Inequalities
Evolutionary Variational Inequalities and Economic Models for Demand Supply Markets, M3AS: Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences 4: (2003) pp 471-489.Variational Inequalities for Evolutionary Financial Equilibrium, in Innovations in Financial and Economic Networks, A. Nagurney, Editor (2003) pp 84-108.
Last Update: August 15, 2017