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Professor Silvia Romagnoli

Applied Mathematics

University of Bologna

Silvia Romagnoli is Asociate Professor of Mathematical Methods for Economics and Actuarial/Financial Sciences at the University of Bologna, Italy. Her scientific research is addressed to the applications of stochastic models to finance and insurance, with special emphasis on multidimensional problems. She has published extensively in international journals, including such top publications as Mathematical Finance and Finance & Stochstics. She is the author of Mathematical Finance-Theory and Practice (Esculapio, 2016-2017) and co-author of Dynamic Copula Methods in Finance (Wiley, 2012).

Silvia has intensive teaching activities in first and second-level Master degrees with a particular focus on the international project involving the University of Bologna. She is, in fact, the person who leads the University of Bologna's international relationship with the Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Austria, and Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria, and in addition she takes care of the relationship with industries which are involved as external partners of the international intensive programs organized by the University of Bologna in the field of quantitative finance.

Her professional activities also include reviewing for a number of top level scientific journals, and, as an expert of applied mathematics, she also reviews research projects of national interest for the Italian Scientific Evaluation Commitee (MIUR-REPRISE).