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Giampaolo Pagnutti

Giampaolo Pagnutti, External Research Collaborator

e-mail: pagnutti(at) 


Phone (office): +39 049 827 7774


Skype: gpagnutti



Giampaolo Pagnutti was born in 1972. He received a Master degree (laurea, 110/110 cum laude) in Mathematics from the University of Padova in 1997 (Functional Analysis, PDEs), and an one-year Master degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Milano-Bicocca in 1999 (Numerical Analysis, Geometric Modeling). He collaborated with the University of Milano-Bicocca since 1999 to 2009, first as a Lecturer (Numerical Analysis, Matlab laboratories), then as Adjunct Professor (courses: Geometric Modeling for 5 years, Numerical Methods for Computer Graphics for 7 years).
Since year 2000 he has also been working in the CAD software development industry, and he is currently a Senior Technical Specialist at solidThinking, Inc. (an Altair company).
In 2017 he received a PhD degree in Information Engineering from the University of Padova working within the Multimedia Technology and Telecommunications Lab (LTTM). He currently collaborates with the same group, and his research is focused on Computer Vision topics in conjunction with Geometric Modeling techniques.



Research interests

His main research interests are:

  • Geometric Modeling (NURBS, SubD).

  • Surface reconstruction from 3D data.

  • 3D data segmentation and understanding.




Conference proceedings:


  • G. Pagnutti, "Segmentation of color and depth data based on surface fitting", Ph.D. thesis in Information Engineering, Padova, 2017
  • G. Pagnutti, "Existence of solutions of the Dirichlet problem for certain nonlinear elliptic partial differential equations in the divergence form", M.Sc. thesis in Mathematics, Padova, 1997

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