I am Professor of Mathematical Physics at University Roma TRE. My scientific interests pertain to Soft Matter, and Continuum Physics. Besides theoretical modeling, I especially like computer simulations. I also advise a team of special students in the Lab of Computational Sciences at Dept. of Mathematics and Physics.
Gel Dynamics: a Continuum Mechanics Perspective
Classroom Notes for the 2nd IEEE Italy-Section Summer School: μMBioEng 2016 Multiscale Bioengineering: from Molecules to organs.
School of Engineering, Università degli Studi di Perugia, Italy, June, 6 -10, 2016.
GEOMETRY & MECHANICS
LT, P. Piras, S. Gabriele, F. Milicchio, V. Varano
Shape Deformation From Metric’s Transport
V. Varano, P. Piras, S. Gabriele, LT, P. Nardinocchi, I.L. Dryden, C. Torromeo, P.E. Puddu
The decomposition of deformation: New metrics to enhance shape analysis in medical imaging.
P. Piras, LT, P. E. Puddu, C. Torromeo, A.A. Young, A. Suinesiaputra, P. Medrano-Gracia
Morphologically normalized left ventricular motion indicators from MRI feature tracking characterize myocardial infarction
A. Evangelista, S. Gabriele, P. Nardinocchi, P. Piras, P.E. Puddu, LT, C. Torromeo, V. Varano
Non-invasive assessment of functional strain lines in the real human left ventricle via speckle tracking echocardiography
A. Madeo, P. Piras, F. Re, S. Gabriele, P. Nardinocchi, LT, C. Torromeo, C. Chialastri, M. Schiariti, G. Giura, A. Evangelista, T. Dominici, V. Varano, E. Zachara, P.E. Puddu
A New 4D Trajectory-Based Approach Unveils Abnormal LV Revolution Dynamics in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
S. Abdelmohsen, S. Adriaenssens, . El-Dabaa, S. Gabriele, L. Olivieri, LT
A multi-physics approach for modeling hygroscopic behavior in wood low-tech architectural adaptive systems