[comi]

Post Doc., UniversitĂ¤t Hamburg

**Email:** *giovanni.eugenio.comi AT uni-hamburg.de*

**arxiv id:** comi_g_1

**orcid id:** 0000-0002-1486-3144

- G. E. Comi (Ph.D. Thesis)

Refined Gauss-Green formulas and evolution problems for Radon measures (2020) - G. E. Comi - V. Magnani (
*Adv. Math.*)

The Gauss-Green theorem in stratified groups (2020) - A. Carbotti - G. E. Comi (
*Communications on Pure and Applied Analysis*)

A note on Riemann-Liouville fractional Sobolev spaces (2020) - E. BruĂ¨ - M. Calzi - G. E. Comi - G. Stefani (Preprint)

A distributional approach to fractional Sobolev spaces and fractional variation: asymptotics II (2020) - G. E. Comi - G. Stefani (
*Journal of Functional Analysis*)

A distributional approach to fractional Sobolev spaces and fractional variation: existence of blow-up (2019) - G. E. Comi - G. Stefani (Submitted Paper)

A distributional approach to fractional Sobolev spaces and fractional variation: asymptotics I (2019) - G. Q. Chen - G. E. Comi - M. Torres (
*Arch. Ration. Mech. Anal.*)

Cauchy fluxes and Gauss-Green formulas for divergence-measure fields over general open sets (2019) - V. Buffa - G. E. Comi - M. Miranda Jr (Submitted Paper)

On $BV$ functions and essentially bounded divergence-measure fields in metric spaces (2019) - L. Ambrosio - G. E. Comi (
*Current Research in Nonlinear Analysis: In Honor of Haim Brezis and Louis Nirenberg*)

Anisotropic surface measures as limits of volume fractions (2018) - G. E. Comi (
*Atti Accad. Naz. Lincei Rend. Lincei Mat. Appl.*)

$BMO$-type norms and anisotropic surface measures (2018) - G. E. Comi - M. Torres (
*Atti Accad. Naz. Lincei Rend. Lincei Mat. Appl.*)

One-sided approximation of sets of finite perimeter (2017) - G. E. Comi - K. R. Payne (
*Adv. Calc. Var.*)

On locally essentially bounded divergence measure fields and sets of locally finite perimeter (2017)

*16 apr 2019 - 17 apr 2019:*Some topics of Geometric Analysis and Geometric Measure Theory*30 jun 2017 - 1 jul 2017:*From Regensburg to Pisa: two days of Analysis under the leaning tower