Margaux Introna
Education 

I am a PhD student at University of Trento, with a scholarship from INdAM for the Doctoral programme Space Science and Technology. I am currently enrolled in the research group called GNAMPA (Gruppo Nazionale per l'Analisi Matematica, la Probabilità e le loro Applicazioni). My research field is Mathematical challenges in space science: theoretical and computational methods in Celestial Mechanics and Astrodynamics. I graduated from the University of Turin, after pursuing a Master of Science in Mathematics with a focus on pure Mathematics. My main mathematical interests revolve around the fruitful interactions between Analysis, Geometry and Physics – in particular, the study of dynamical systems in Celestial Mechanics. 

Academic career and teaching activities 

 PhD in Mathematical challenges in space science: theoretical and computational methods in Celestial Mechanics and Astrodynamics Supervisor: Prof. Susanna Terracini CoSupervisor: Prof. Viviana Laura Barutello Operational Site: Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica  INDAM  Torino  Tutor for Analysis 2 (50 hours) at University of Turin, Department of Mathematics Giuseppe Peano  Organizer of the seminars cycle “Mathematics Ph.D. Seminars”, Dipartimento di Matematica “Giuseppe Peano”, Università di Torino
Master Degree in Theoretical Mathematical Analysis Master Thesis on Celestial Mechanics Supervisor: Susanna Terracini Examiner: Vivina Barutello Title: “A Study on the Regularization of Collisions in the nBody Problem” Final mark: 102/110
Degree in Mathematics Thesis on the field of Differential Equations Supervisor: Vivina Barutello Title: “A study on Laplace’s equation” Final mark: 94/110
Scientific High School Galileo Ferraris of Turin Diploma obtained in July 2016 Final mark: 99/100 

Research interests 

My main mathematical interests revolve around the fruitful interactions between Analysis, Geometry and Physics – in particular, the study of dynamical systems in Celestial Mechanics. 

Memberships in societies and scientific committees 

I belong to the GNAMPA research group (National Group for Mathematical Analysis, Probability and their Applications) and I have a PhD scholarship from INdAM (National Institute of High Mathematics). 