Bruno Benedetti


Assistant Professor

Education: TU Berlin, 2010
Research Area: Geometric Combinatorics
Email: bruno@math.miami.edu
Office: Ungar 533
Tel: 305.284.8652‌


Bio

Bruno Benedetti is an assistant professor in the Math Department at U Miami. His research is focused on the intersection of Geometry and Combinatorics; in particular, he exploits algebraic, metric, and probabilistic tools to tackle long-standing problems in PL manifold theory, in convexity, and in algorithmic topology. Bruno received his Ph.D. from the Berlin Mathematical School (2010), and held postdoctoral positions in Stockholm and Berlin, before joining the University of Miami in 2015.


Selected publications - complete list

On locally constructible spheres and balls (with G. M. Ziegler). Acta Mathematica 206 (2011), 205-243.

The Hirsch conjecture holds for normal flag complexes (with K. Adiprasito), Mathematics of Operations Research 39, Issue 4 (2014), 1340–1348.

Smoothing Discrete Morse theory, Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Serie V, Vol. XVI, Fasc. 2 (2016), 335-368.

Mogami manifolds, nuclei, and 3D simplicial gravity, Nuclear Physics B 919 (2017), 541-559.


Press and Media

Selected interviews
Tagesspiegel
Il Fatto Quotidiano
Buongiorno Miami
bustowebtv
Radio Deejay (at 2h30min)
WDR, Radio Colonia

Selected video-lectures
Four lectures on discrete Morse theory (Ljubljana, 2013)
Balinski's theorem and dual graphs of curves (Seattle, Jan 2016)
Optimal discrete Morse vectors are not unique (Miami-Stanford, Sept 2016)
Regularity of complete intersections of lines (ICERM, Nov Sep 2016)
Mogami triangulations (MSRI, Oct 2017)

I am a member of the Miami Scientific Italian Community.


Currently teaching


MATH 645 S "Optimization Methods for Mathematical Finance" - see teaching page

MATH 785 Q "Polytopes" - see teaching page

Come visit the Combinatorics Seminar, or see the research webpage for more information.