Stochastic dynamical systems and stochastic control
Stochastic stability in biological models
Parameter estimation in stochastic differential equations
Mathematical models in biology
Financial dynamical models
Sara Pasquali is a researcher in Probability and Mathematical Statistics at the Milano branch of CNR-IMATI (Institute for Applied Mathematics and Information Technologies) since December 31, 2001.
April 26, 1995: B.Sc. in Mathematics, University of Parma.
Thesis: Le equazioni differenziali stocastiche come modello per un problema ecologico.
Supervisor: Prof. Carla Calvi Parisetti
February 12, 1999: Ph.D. in Computational Mathematics, University of Padova.
Thesis: A stochastic control problem for renewable resource exploitation.
Supervisor: Prof. Wolfgang J. Runggaldier
December 31, 2001 - now: Researcher in Probability and Mathematical Statistics at the Milano branch of CNR-IMATI (Institute of Applied Mathematics and Information Technology).
July 30, 1999 – December 30, 2001: Research fellowship in Probability and Mathematical Statistics, Department of Mathematics, University of Parma.
January 01, 1999 – March 31, 1999: External consultant for the CNR - Institute for Applied Mathematics and Informatics (Milano). Subject: "Self-similar processes as a tool for the study of natural phenomena"
March 2012 – now: included in the EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) expert database (selection with curriculum evaluation), as expert in population dynamics spatio-temporal models with reference to pests and invasive species.