Giulia Pizzichelli

Dr.  Pizzichelli , Giulia




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About Me: 

I am an industrial engineer. I graduated in Biomedical Engineering at the University Campus Biomedico of Rome (Italy) with a score of 110/110 cum laude. During my master and with my both BSc and MSc thesis, I addressed my curriculum towards mathematical modelling and software computation.

My PhD research activity was focused on mathematical modelling for drug delivery and on the 22nd of February 2016 I defended my thesis entitled 'Modelling approaches of innovative drug delivery strategies for the Central nervous System'.

I extensively worked on analytical and numerical modeling and software simulations. I largely use finite elements method software such as Comsol, Adina and FEniCS, a Python/C++ library. Moreover, I am an expert user of Matlab.


Selected Publications: 

G. Pizzichelli, F. Di Michele, E. Sinibaldi (2015)
An analytical model for nanoparticles concentration resulting from infusion into poroelastic brain tissue
Mathematical Bioscience, 272: 6-14

F. Di Michele, G. Pizzichelli, B. Mazzolai, E. Sinibaldi (2015)
On the preliminary design of hyperthermia treatments based on infusion and heating of magnetic nanofluids
Mathematical Biosciences, 262: 105-116

P. Palumbo*, G. Pizzichelli*, S. Panunzi, P. Pepe, A, De Gaetano (2014)
Model-based control of plasma glycemia: tests on populations of virtual patients
Mathematical Biosciences 257: 2-10
* The first two authors equally contributed to the maniscript

P. Palumbo*, G. Pizzichelli*, S. Panunzi, G. Pepe, A. De Gaetano
Closed-loop control scheme for the Euglycemic Hyperinsulinemic Clamp: validation on virtual patients
19th IFAC World Congress, Aug. 2014, Cape Town, South Africa
* The first two authors equally contributed to the maniscript

P. Palumbo, G. Pizzichelli, S. Panunzi, G. Pepe, A. De Gaetano
Tests on a virtual patient for an observer-based, closed-loop control of plasma glycemia
50th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control and European Control Conference, Dec. 2011,Orlando, Florida