# Filippo Santambrogio

Filippo Santambrogio | |
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🏳️ Nationality | French, Italian |

🎓 Alma mater | University of Pisa, Scuola Normale Superiore |

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🏅 Awards | Gioacchino Iapichino Prize (2007) of the Lincean Academy Calogero Vinti Prize (2019) of the Unione Matematica Italiana Bronze Medal at 40th International Mathematical Olympiad (Bucharest, July 1999) |

**Filippo Santambrogio** (born 13 June 1980), is a French-Italian mathematician. Most of his works lies in the field of the mathematical theory of Optimal Transport and its applications. He is a distinguished Professor (*Professeur de Classe Exceptionnelle*) at Université Claude Bernard-Lyon 1 as well as a fellow of the Institut Universitaire de France.^{[1]}

## Life and work[edit]

Filippo Santambrogio was born in Milan on 13 June 1980. He graduated in Mathematics in 2003 at University of Pisa and at the Scuola Normale Superiore, where he ranked first at the admission exam.^{[2]}
He later completed is PhD in Mathematics in 2006, again at the Scuola Normale Superiore, with a dissertation on "Variational problems in transport theory with mass concentration", under the supervision of Giuseppe Buttazzo, and an Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, under the supervision of Ivar Ekeland.^{[2]} He started his academic career as an assistant professor (maître de conférences) at Paris Dauphine University. He was then recruited by University Paris-Sud as a full professor, before joining in 2018 the Université Claude-Bernard in Lyon. He has held numerous visiting positions in universities and research institutes among which UCLA, the Fields Institute, the Imperial College and the Technical University of Munich.

Santambrogio's teaching and research activities are primarily in the fields of calculus of variations, optimal transport and dynamic optimisation, as well as their applications to several fields ranging from traffic congestion to population dynamics and economic equilibrium.^{[3]} He is the author of the monograph *Optimal Transport for Applied Mathematicians*.^{[4]}

## Awards and distinctions[edit]

Prof. Santambrogio was awarded the "Gioacchino Iapichino” prize in Mathematical Analysis by the Lincean Academy in 2007 as well as the “Calogero Vinti" prize of the Unione Matematica Italiana in 2019.^{[2]} He was also awarded the Bronze Medal at 40th International Mathematical Olympiad (Bucharest, July 1999).^{[5]} He is a Junior Member of Institut Universitaire de France since October 2017.^{[1]}

## Major publications[edit]

Carlier, G., Jimenez, C., & Santambrogio, F. (2008). Optimal transportation with traffic congestion and wardrop equilibria [Publisher: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics]. *SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization,47(3)*, 1330–1350.^{[6]}

Maury, B., Roudneff-Chupin, A., Santambrogio, F., & Venel, J. (2011). Handling congestion in crowd motion modeling. *arXiv:1101.4102 [math]*.^{[7]}

Maury, B., Roudneff-Chupin, A., & Santambrogio, F. (2010). A macroscopic crowd motion model of gradient flow type [Publisher: World ScientificPublishing Co.]. *Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences, 20(10)*, 1787–1821.^{[8]}

Santambrogio, F. (2015). Optimal transport for applied mathematicians [Publisher: Springer]. *Birkäuser, NY, 55(58)*, 94.^{[4]}

Santambrogio, F. (2017). {euclidean, metric, and wasserstein} gradient flows: An overview. *Bulletin of Mathematical Sciences, 7(1)*, 87–154.^{[9]}

## References[edit]

- ↑
^{1.0}^{1.1}Filippo, Santambrogio. "Les membres".*Institut Universitaire de France*. Retrieved 27 July 2021. - ↑
^{2.0}^{2.1}^{2.2}"CV of Filippo Santambrogio". Retrieved 2021-04-09. - ↑ "CNRS-Imperial "Abraham de Moivre" International Research Laboratory". Retrieved 2021-04-09.
- ↑
^{4.0}^{4.1}"Optimal Transport for Applied Mathematicians". Retrieved 2021-04-09. - ↑ Santambrogio, Filippo. "Results".
*International Mathematical Olympiad*. International Mathematical Olympiad. Retrieved 27 July 2021. - ↑ Carlier, G.; Jimenez, C.; Santambrogio, F. (2008). "Optimal transportation with traffic congestion and wardrop equilibria".
*SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization*.**47**(3): 1330–1350. arXiv:math/0612719. doi:10.1137/060672832. Retrieved 2021-04-09. Unknown parameter`|s2cid=`

ignored (help) - ↑ Maury, B.; Roudneff-Chupin, A.; Santambrogio, F.; Venel, J. (2011). "Handling congestion in crowd motion modeling". arXiv:1101.4102. Retrieved 2021-04-09.
- ↑ Maury, Bertrand; Roudneff-Chupin, Aude; Santambrogio, Filippo (2010). "A macroscopic crowd motion model of gradient flow type".
*Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences*.**20**(10): 1787–1821. arXiv:1002.0686. doi:10.1142/S0218202510004799. Retrieved 2021-04-09. Unknown parameter`|s2cid=`

ignored (help) - ↑ "{euclidean, metric, and wasserstein} gradient flows: An overview". doi:10.1007/s13373-017-0101-1. Retrieved 2021-04-09. Unknown parameter
`|s2cid=`

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