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Nicolò Paviato

I am a second year PhD student in Mathematics and Statistics following the MASDOC DCT, under the supervision of Prof. Ian Melbourne.

Education:

BMath - University of Pavia (Italy, 2015) - dissertation: " Lebesgue measure, non-measurable sets and related matters". Supervisor: Prof. Pierluigi Colli.

MSc in Mathematics and Statistics - University of Pavia (Italy, 2018) - dissertation: "Propagation of chaos for McKean diffusion model". Supervisor: Dr. Emanuele Dolera.

MSc in Mathematics and Statistics - University of Warwick (2019) - dissertation: "On the Rates of Convergence for a Deterministic Weak Invariance Principle ". Supervisor: Prof. Ian Melbourne.

Preprints:

Melbourne, I., Paviato, N. and Terhesiu, D. (January 2021). Decay in norm of transfer operators for semiflows

Melbourne, I., Paviato, N. and Terhesiu, D. (February 2021). Nonexistence of spectral gaps in Hölder spaces for continuous time dynamical systems. To appear in Israel. J. Math.

Research Interests:

I am interested in Ergodic Theory and Probability. In particular, I am working on statistical property of dynamical systems and rates of convergence for the weak invariance principle.

Teaching:

Teaching Assistant:

(2016/2017, Pavia) - Mathematics and Statistics (in Italian)

(2019/2020, Warwick) - MA258 Mathematical Analysis III, MA482 Stochastic Analysis, ST202 Stochastic Processes

(2020/2021, Warwick) - MA258 Mathematical Analysis III

Supervisions: (2019/2020) - I followed two groups of second-year maths students at Warwick during term 1.

Contact:

e-mail address: nicolo.paviato(at)warwick.ac.uk

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