Enzo Orsingher will be visiting the SRI Uncertainty Quantification Center during the period Apr. 27 - May. 6, 2014.
Bldg. 1, Level 4, Room 4212-CU08
I took my degree in 1970 in statistical and actuarial sciences. I became assistant in stochastic processes in February 1975 and associated professor in 1983 in the University of Rome La Sapienza in analysis.
I became full professor of probability theory in 1986 at the University of Salerno and starting from 1989 again at the University of Rome.
I have been visiting professor in many universities above all in Russia, China, Ukraine. The list of my talks can be found in my homepage as well as the journals for which I refereed and of which I am currently editor.
My main fields of scientific interest have been random motions at finite velocity, some types of random fields, pseudoprocesses, motions on hyperbolic spaces and fractional calculus and its applications to stochastic processes.