The only way to learn mathematics is to do mathematics. Paul Halmos

Postdoc UMPA, École normale supérieure

46 allée d’Italie

69364 Lyon Cedex 07, France.

Supervisor: Laure Saint-Raymond.

- R. Bianchini, R. Natalini, Global existence and asymptotic stability of smooth solutions to a fluid dynamics model of biofilms in one space dimension, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 434 (2016), 1909-1923.
- R. Bianchini, R. Natalini, Well-posedness of a model of nonhomogeneous compressible-incompressible fluids,

J. Hyp. Diff. Eq. 14 (3) (2017), 487-516. - R. Bianchini, R. Natalini, The paradifferential approach to the local well-posedness of some problems in mixture theory,

to appear on Comm. Part. Diff. Eqs. (2019). - R. Bianchini, R. Natalini, Convergence of a vector-BGK approximation for the incompressible Navier-Stoker equations,

Kinetic and Related Models (2019) 12 (1), 133-158. - R. Bianchini, Uniform asymptotic and convergence estimates for the Jin-Xin model under the diffusion scaling,

SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis 50 (2) (2018), 1877-1899. - R. Bianchini, L. Gosse, A ''truly-two dimensional'' discretization of drift-diffusion equations on Cartesian grid,

accepted by SIAM Numerical Analysis (2018). - R. Bianchini, L. Gosse, E. Zuazua, A two-dimensional ''flea on the elephant" phenomenon and its numerical visualization,

submitted (2018). - R. Bianchini, Strong convergence of a vector-BGK model to the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations,

submitted (2018). - R. Bianchini, A.-L. Dalibard, L. Saint-Raymond, Near-critical reflection of internal waves,

in preparation (2018). - R. Bianchini, R. Natalini, Space-time resonances analysis for partially dissipative hyperbolic systems,

in preparation (2018).- From November 2014 to December 2017: PhD in Mathematics, University of Rome ''Tor Vergata''.
- From November 2014 to December 2017: Associate Researcher, CNR, Italian National Research Council (Rome) IAC.
- From October 2015 to December 2017: Teaching assistant.
Course: Analisi Matematica I, Bachelor's degree in Engineering
(informatics, mechanics...),

University of Rome "Roma 3" Mathematical Analysis I. - November 2014 - December 2017: PhD student,
Department of Mathematics,

University of Rome "Tor Vergata".

PhD thesis: Advanced energy methods in Fluid Mechanics

Advisor: Roberto Natalini.

Referees: Jean-Yves Chemin, Paolo Secchi.

Committee: Jean-Yves Chemin, Roberto Natalini, Enrique Zuazua.

Director of the PhD school: Andrea Braides. - September 2012 - July 2014: Master degree in
Applied Mathematics, University of Rome "Sapienza".

Master thesis: Applicazioni della teoria dei sistemi iperbolici dissipativi ad alcuni modelli matematici biofilms.

Advisors: Roberto Natalini, Piero D'Ancona. - September 2009 - July 2012: Bachelor degree
in Mathematics, University of Rome "Sapienza".

Thesis: Il teorema della curva di Jordan.

Advisor: Piero D'Ancona.

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## Education

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