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This is a joint work with Corrado Mascia and Elena Beretta.Abstract: In this talk I shall discuss the conjecture of the existence of a subglacial lake at Svalbard: why it was raised, in which physical environment, why it is worth to be investigated.With the aim to provide a numerical validation, I have proposed an algorithm based on the classical conservation laws for the system 'atmosphere, glacier, subglacial lake and bedrock'.Actually, numerical tests confirm the likelihood of the conjectured lake.Le normali ricostruite sono poi integrate con uno schema Semi-Lagrangiano di tipo Fast Marching per ottenere i valori di profondità della superficie.

Il metodo viene messo alla prova con i volti del database dell’università di Yale.Si discutono inoltre alcune tecniche di filtraggio delle immagini, per limitare gli artefatti dovuti a riflessioni speculari e ombre proiettate.Abstract: I will present a numerical method for variational problems under b-convexity constraints, which generalize convexity constraints and are motivated by the principal-agent problem in economics.Critical aspects of the adopted mathematical numerical modelling will be presented.Abstract: The use of time-domain boundary integral equations has proved very ef fective and effcient for three dimensional acoustic and electromagnetic wave equations.In even dimensions and when some dissipation is present, time-domain boundary equations contain an infinite memory tail.