Areas of research: Analysis and Probability, Applied probability, Dynamic Optimization and applications, Mathematical Method for Economics, Mathematics for Economics and Finance
Search keywords: Mean field games in macroeconomics, Mean field interacting systems, Path-dependent systems, Infinite-dimensional stochastic anal
Giovanni Zanco studied Mathematics at the Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca and obtained a PhD in Mathematics from the Università di Pisa in 2015. He was then a post-doctoral researcher in Stochastic Analysis at the Institute of Science And Technology Austria in Klosterneuburg before moving to Luiss as an Assistant Professor in 2018.His research develops at the boundaris between Mathematical Analysis, Probability and their applications to Economics and Finance; in particular he studies mean-field games describing optimization in systems of interacting economics agents, both in their macroeconomics affects and in their micro-foundation. He has been also interested in biological applications of Mathematics.He has been teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Mathematics in Italy and abroad.