Bernardo D'Auria

Bernardo D'Auria, Associate Professor of Math

Visiting Associate Professor of Math Affiliation: Visiting
Education: BA, MA Salerno University (Italy); PhD Salerno University (Italy)

Research Areas: Stochastic Processes, Queueing Theory, Financial Mathematics

Bernardo D'Auria is a visiting professor at the NYU of Abu Dhabi, and he is an associate professor at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain), vice Dean of the Bachelor Degree in Business and Statistics and a member of the Joint Institute UC3M-Santander on Financial Big Data.

D'Auria earned his BSc in Telecommunication Engineering from the University of Salerno (Italy) and a PhD in Information Engineering from the same university. He worked at or visited for medium/large period recognized research Centers and Universities, such as EURANDOM (The Netherlands), Cornell University (USA), Mittag-Leffler Institute (Sweden), and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel).

His areas of interests are stochastic processes, financial mathematics, and queueing networks. He has been awarded the prestigious Ramon y Cajal grant by the Spanish Ministry of Science in 2009, and was the scientific director of two national projects granted by the Spanish Ministry of Science and collaborated in many national and European project.