Prof. BRUNO BUONOMO
Department of Mathematics and Applications
University of Naples Federico II
via Cintia
I80126 NAPLES
ITALY
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buonomo@unina.it
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Overview
 Number of thesis supervised: 40
 M.Sc thesis in Mathematics: 21
 B.Sc thesis in Mathematics: 18
 B.Sc thesis in Physics: 1
Note that all the thesis are written in italian unless otherwise specified.
 M.Sc. thesis in Mathematics (Tesi di laurea magistrale in Matematica)
 Externalities control in Economic Epidemiology (T. Landolfo, Oct. 28, 2010)
 Single epidemic outbreaks: dynamics, control and externalities (G. Zollo, Oct. 28, 2010)
 Optimal control of transgenic mosquitoes and impact on the dynamics of endemic malaria (English) (A. Russo, Mar. 25, 2011)
 Unstable equilibria in infinitehorizon optimal control problems in Economics (V. Varchetta, Dec. 22, 2011)
 The basic reproduction number (English) (L. Goscé, Mar. 29, 2012)
 Populationtoxicant interaction models: qualitative analysis and optimal control (G. Monaco, Mar. 29, 2012)
 Information, bifurcations and oscillations in vaccination models (R. Baiano, Feb. 25, 2014)
 Modelling the impact on epidemic dynamics of incidencedepending vaccination behaviors (G. Salernitano, Mar. 22, 2016)
 Modelling seasonality in behavioral epidemiology (English) (G. Carbone, Mar. 22, 2016)
 Continuous and semidiscrete models for the dynamics of invasive species (M. C. Abate, May 24, 2016)
 Optimal control of renewable resource harvesting (English) (A. Principe, Mar. 28, 2017)
 Hahnfeldttype angiogenesis models with delay (G. Sepe, June 20, 2017)
 Optimal control of periodic epidemic models (English) (R. Della Marca, July 18, 2017)
 Optimal control of systems governed by DDE and application to immunotherapy for melanoma (English) (A. Argenziano, Oct. 17, 2018)
 Allee effect and further causes of forward hysteresis in some epidemic models (English) (L. Nagar, Feb. 19, 2019)
 Modelling SIS epidemics with instantaneous and delayed awareness (English) (A. Camerlingo, Mar. 19, 2019)
 Optimal control of Th1/Th2 imbalance in a model of melanoma (F. Schettino, Mar. 19, 2019)
 Optimal control strategies for bladder cancer treatment (English) (M. Fasulo, May 14, 2019)
 Global stability for epidemic models with delay and informationdependent contact rate (R. Martire, May 14, 2019)
 Marine reserves and sustainable harvesting: a bioeconomic optimal control approach (L. Molinari, May 26, 2020)
 Coexistence and competitive exclusion in multistrain epidemic models (English) (S. Pica, Mar 23, 2021)
 B.Sc. thesis in Mathematics (Tesi di laurea in Matematica)
 The PoincaréBendixson theorem and recent applications in Mathematical Epidemiology (L. Mauro, Dec. 16, 2010)
 A geometric model of the dynamics of Lorenz system (P. Ambrosio, May 28, 2013)
 Basic epidemic models with nonlinear force of infection (G. Monda, July 22, 2015)
 The BogdanovTakens bifurcation (L. Paduano, Oct. 25, 2016)
 Asymptotically autonomous systems (M. Montefusco, Dec. 20, 2016)
 Competition models in the gradostat (R. Martire, Dec. 20, 2016)
 Oscillations in epidemic models (C. de Falco, Feb. 21, 2017)
 Poincaré Maps and applications to bacterial competition in bioreactors (V. Iorio, Feb. 21, 2017)
 Qualitative analysis of mathematical models for HIV infection transmission and therapy (A. Iovino, Oct. 24, 2017)
 Hopf and Yakubovitch oscillations with applications in epidemiology and biology (G. Febbraro, Mar. 27, 2018)
 Complex dynamics in models of interactions between immune system and pathogens (S. Russo, Mar. 27, 2018)
 A SIRStype model for the impact of behavioral change on the dynamics of an infectious disease (L. Fiorentino, Oct. 16, 2018)
 Qualitative analysis in mathematical epidemiology: from classical SIR to West Nile virus models (C. Montella, Dec. 18, 2018)
 Effects of intraspecific predation on the predatorprey dynamics (A. Carfora, Feb. 18, 2020)
 Stability and oscillations in epidemiological models (F. Romano, May 27, 2020)
 SEIR epidemic models with an application to COVID19 disease (B. Canfora, Oct. 21, 2020)
 BogdanovTakens bifurcation and its occurrence in an epidemic model with reinfection (G. Cappa, Dec. 16, 2020)
 Metapopulation models (F. Iaconis, Dec. 16, 2020)
 B.Sc. thesis in Physics (Tesi di laurea in Fisica)
 Epidemic models for the transmission of SARSCoV and SARSCoV2 (F. Manna, July 22, 2020)
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