G. Crasta, A. Malusa:
On the existence and uniqueness of minimizers for a class of integral functionals.
NoDEA Nonlinear Differential Equations Appl. Vol. 12, p. 129-150, 2005
A. Malusa:
A new proof of the stability of renormalized solutions to elliptic equations with measure data.
Asymptotic Anal. Vol. 43, p. 111-129, 2005
A. Malusa, L. Orsina:
Asymptotic behaviour of renormalized solutions to elliptic equations with measure data.
Calc. Var. Partial Differential Equations Vol. 27, p. 179-202, 2006
G. Crasta, A. Malusa:
On a system of partial differential equations of Monge-Kantorovich type.
J. Differential Equations Vol. 235, p. 484-509, 2007
G. Crasta, A. Malusa:
The distance function from the boundary in a Minkowski space.
Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. Vol. 359, p. 5725-5759, 2007
A. Malusa, M. M. Porzio:
Renormalized solutions to elliptic equations with measure data in unbounded domains.
Nonlinear Anal. TMA Vol. 67, p. 2370-2389, 2007
G. Crasta, A. Malusa:
A sharp uniqueness result for a class of variational problems solved by a distance function.
J. Differential Equations Vol. 243, p. 427-447, 2007
G. Crasta, A. Malusa:
A variational approach to the macroscopic electrodynamics of anisotropic hard superconductors.
Arch. Rational Mech. Anal. (Accepted Paper) 2008
M. Amar, G. Crasta, A. Malusa:
On the Finsler metrics obtained as limit of chessboard structures
Adv. Calc. Var. (Accepted Paper) Vol. 2, p. 321-360, 2009
G. Crasta, A. Malusa:
A nonhomogeneous boundary value problem in mass transfer theory
Calc. Var. Partial Differential Equations (Accepted Paper) 2011
G. Crasta, A. Malusa:
Existence and uniqueness of solutions for a boundary value problem arising from granular matter theory
J. Differential Equations (Accepted Paper) 2015
A. Braides, A. Malusa, M. Novaga:
Crystalline evolutions with rapidly oscillating forcing terms
Ann. Scuola Normale Sup.Pisa (Accepted Paper) 2018
A. Malusa, M. Novaga:
Crystalline evolutions in chessboard-like microstructures
Networks and Heterogeneous Media Vol. 13, N. 3, p. 493-513, 2018