[almi1]

Assistant Professor, University of Naples Federico II

**Email:** *stefano.almi AT unina.it*

- S. Almi - E. Tasso (
*Advances in Calculus of Variations*)

A new proof of compactness in G(S)BD (2022) - S. Almi - D. Reggiani - F. Solombrino (preprint)

Brittle membranes in finite elasticity (2022) - S. Almi - C. D'Eramo - M. Morandotti - F. Solombrino (Preprint)

Mean-field limits for entropic multi-population dynamical systems (2022) - G. Albi - S. Almi - M. Morandotti - F. Solombrino (
*Applied Mathematics and Optimization*)

Mean-field selective optimal control via transient leadership (2022) - S. Almi - E. Davoli - M. Friedrich (Submitted Paper)

Non-interpenetration conditions in the passage from nonlinear to linearized Griffith fracture (2022) - S. Almi - M. Morandotti - F. Solombrino (
*Journal of Evolution Equations*)

A multi-step Lagrangian scheme for spatially inhomogeneous evolutionary games (2021) - S. Almi - E. Tasso (
*Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh*)

Brittle fracture in linearly elastic plates (2021) - S. Almi - G. Lazzaroni - I. Lucardesi (
*Mathematics in Engineering*)

Crack growth by vanishing viscosity in planar elasticity (2020) - S. Almi - I. Lucardesi (
*NoDEA*)

Energy release rate and stress intensity factors in planar elasticity in presence of smooth cracks (2018) - S. Almi - G. Dal Maso - R. Toader (
*J. Math. Pures Appl.*)

A lower semicontinuity result for a free discontinuity functional with a boundary term (2017) - S. Almi (Preprint)

Quasi-static hydraulic crack growth driven by Darcy's law (2016) - S. Almi (ESAIM: COCV)

Energy release rate and quasi-static evolution via vanishing viscosity in a fracture model depending on the crack opening (2015) - S. Almi - G. Dal Maso - R. Toader (
*Nonlinear Analysis*)

Quasi-static crack growth in hydraulic fracture (2014)

*20 sep 2023 - 22 sep 2023:*Variational models for material failure*16 may 2022 - 20 may 2022:*Beyond Elasticity: Advances and Research Challenges*13 feb 2017 - 16 feb 2017:*Miniworkshop on dislocations, plasticity, and fracture

*20 feb 2023 - 24 feb 2023:*Between Regularity and Defects: Variational and Geometrical Methods in Materials Science