Postdoc Researchers


Filippo Giuliani

Filippo Giuliani joined the ERC HamInstab research team in October 2018 starting his collaboration with the Department of Mathematics of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and its group of Dynamic Systems by carrying out studies in the fields of dynamical systems – including Arnold diffusion and instabilities phenomena for Hamiltonian PDEs.

He holds a PhD in Mathematical Analysis, Modeling and Applications from SISSA International School of Advanced Studies (Trieste, Italy). As a postdoc researcher has previously been involved in Prof. Michela Procesi’s ERC on the field of Hamiltonian PDEs and small divisor problems at the Università degli studi di Roma Tre (Roma, Italy).

His main research interests are Hamiltonian Partial Differential Equations, KAM theory for PDEs, reducibility of linear operators and Birkhoff normal form methods.

Further information on Giuliani’s research career, please refer to his personal website.

Andrew Clarke

Andrew joined the ERC HamInstab research group in September 2020. He is investigating the existence of instability phenomena, such as Arnold diffusion, in celestial mechanics.
Prior to joining the group, he obtained a PhD in mathematics from Imperial College London. His research interests include stability, instability, and generic properties of Hamiltonian dynamical systems, such as the N-body problem, geodesic flows, and billiards.