University of Sannio, Italy
University of Messina, Italy ,University of California, USA
University of Sannio, Italy
The aim of the session is to collect contributes coming from experts of several areas (economics, mathematics, planning) and concerning both methodological themes and concrete applications for issues related to marine environmental problems. MultiCriteriaDecisionMaking, Risk governance systems, Game theory approaches, Aggregation operators, KPI control systems and further evaluation methods will be considered. The experience members of research centers and infrastructures dedicated to the measurement of marine environmental parameters will be particularly valuable for the aims of this session.
Massimo Squillante is Full Professor in "Mathematical Methods in Economics, Finance and Actuarial Sciences".He is: Director of the Department of Law, Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods; President of the scientific committee of Futuridea Research and development center. Member of Accademia Peloritana dei Pericolanti. He has been awarded by Anassilaos Pythagoras prize. He has been vice-Rector of University of Sannio. He is member of the Consortium CISA (Interuniversitary Center for the actuarial studies), coordinator of the Europe Direct Center-Lupt at Benevento. Coordinator of didactic center of Accademia dei Lincei at Benevento. He has given invited lectures at the Universities of La Sapienza, L’Havana, Nice, Trento, La Sorbonne, Sevilla, Linz, Praga, Durban.
David Carfì is a Researcher, Assistant Professor and Lecturer of: Advanced Linear Algebra and Functional Analysis with Applications to Economics, Finance, Relativity and Quantum Mechanics; Game Theory and Applications to Economics, Finance, Social Sciences and Industrial Organization; Differential Geometry and Applications to Physics, Relativity, Financial Mathematics and Mathematical Finance; Decision Theories and Applications to Economics (micro and macro), Finance and Industrial Organization; Laurent Schwartz Theory of Distributions and Applications to Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Finance and Economics; Coopetition in Game Theory and Applications to Economics, Finance and Industrial Organization; Mathematics and Music, Algebraic structures in Music composition. He is a classic concert pianist and composer.
Roberto Jannelli is associate professor of business economics at the University of Sannio. His research interests concern accounting systems, programming, systemic risks for public and financial administrations. He is a member of the boards of Osservatorio Banche e Imprese eand of the Centro Interaccademico per Scienze attuariali e la Gestione dei Rischi. He is author of several scientific publications concerning the management of information for Banks and Public Administrations, planning and control, risk governance.