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Dr Costanza Benassi

Assistant Professor

Department: Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering

I am an Assistant Professor at Northumbria University. My research area is Mathematical Physics, with a particular focus on Statistical Mechanics.

I earned a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick in 2018. In my thesis I investigated various properties of classical and quantum lattice spin systems, and I worked under the supervision of Prof. D.Ueltschi. I then joined Northumbria University as Research Fellow within the research team of Dr. Antonio Moro. I took up my position as lecturer in June 2020.

Before my PhD, I earned a BSc in Physics and a 2-year MSc in Theoretical Physics at the University of Bologna, Italy.

Costanza Benassi

Campus Address

Ellison Building, Block D
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Symmetric Matrix Ensemble and Integrable Hydrodynamic Chains, Benassi, C., Dell'Atti, M., Moro, A. Jun 2021, In: Letters in Mathematical Physics
  • Loop Correlations in Random Wire Models, Benassi, C., Ueltschi, D. 8 Mar 2020, In: Communications in Mathematical Physics
  • Thermodynamic limit and dispersive regularization in matrix models, Benassi, C., Moro, A. 18 May 2020, In: Physical Review E (PRE)
  • Correlation Inequalities for Classical and Quantum XY Models, Benassi, C., Lees, B., Ueltschi, D. Sep 2017, Advances in Quantum Mechanics, Springer
  • Decay of Correlations in 2D Quantum Systems with Continuous Symmetry, Benassi, C., Fröhlich, J., Ueltschi, D. 2017, In: Annales Henri Poincare
  • Correlation inequalities for the quantum XY model, Benassi, C., Lees, B., Ueltschi, D. Sep 2016, In: Journal of Statistical Physics

Adnan Shamaoon Symmetric Matrix Ensemble and Hydrodynamic Chains Start Date: 27/06/2023


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