# Biagio RICCERI

##### Contacts

**Office:** 350**Email:** ricceri@dmi.unict.it**Phone:** 095 7383057**Fax:** 095 330094

##### Office Hours

Monday from 09:00 to 13:00Biagio Ricceri was born in 1955. He is full professor of Mathematical Analysis since 1987, first at Messina University and, since 1997, at Catania University. In 1993 he founded the journal Set-Valued Analysis (Springer) of which he was the Editor-in-Chief up to 2014. In 2015 he became the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Le Matematiche. In 2016 he founded the journal Minimax Theory and its Applications (Heldermann) of which he is the Editor-in-Chief. He was the coordinator of the PhD program in Mathematics. He is of the five members of the International Working Group in Nonlinear Analysis and Convex Analysis. He is a member of the Accademia Gioenia di Catania. His researches mainly lie in the following fields: Minimax Theory, Set-Valued Analysis, Convex Analysis, Optimization Theory, Calculus of Variations, Nonlinear Analysis, Functional Analysis.

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##### Academic Year 2021/2022

- DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Master's Degree in Mathematics - 1^{st}Year**FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS** - DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Master's Degree in Mathematics - 1^{st}Year**Higher Analysis** - DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics - 3^{rd}Year**COMPLEMENTI DI ANALISI MATEMATICA**

##### Academic Year 2020/2021

- DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Master's Degree in Mathematics - 1^{st}Year**FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS** - DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Master's Degree in Mathematics - 1^{st}Year**Higher Analysis** - DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics - 3^{rd}Year**COMPLEMENTI DI ANALISI MATEMATICA**

##### Academic Year 2019/2020

- DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Master's Degree in Mathematics - 1^{st}Year**FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS** - DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics - 3^{rd}Year**COMPLEMENTI DI ANALISI MATEMATICA**

##### Academic Year 2018/2019

- DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Master's Degree in Mathematics - 2^{nd}Year**FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS** - DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Master's Degree in Mathematics - 2^{nd}Year**Higher Analysis**

##### Academic Year 2017/2018

- DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Master's Degree in Mathematics - 2^{nd}Year**FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS** - DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Master's Degree in Mathematics - 2^{nd}Year**Higher Analysis**

##### Academic Year 2016/2017

- DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Master's Degree in Mathematics - 2^{nd}Year**FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS**

##### Academic Year 2015/2016

- DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCES

Master's Degree in Mathematics - 2^{nd}Year**FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS** - DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY

Bachelor's Degree in Physics - 2^{nd}Year**MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS II**

The scientific activity of Biagio Ricceri, in the last years, focused mainly on a systematic application, in different fields of Analysis, of some of his general minimax theorems: