Clarence M. Knudson Hall, 2390 S. York St. Denver, CO 80208
What I do
I am a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Denver.
mathematical logic, universal algebra
I am a researcher in mathematical logic. I come from Italy, where I graduated in mathematics at the University of Siena, and I obtained my PhD at the University of Pisa. My research interests include algebraic logic, fuzzy logic, and approximate reasoning.
Ph.D., Mathematical Logic, University of Pisa, 2018
MS, Mathematics, University of Siena, 2013
BS, Mathematics, University of Siena, 2011
My research mostly deals with the study of the algebraic semantics of substructural logics, with a particular focus on t-norm based fuzzy logics. I am also studying the logico-algebraic foundations for the probability theory of many-valued events.
Montagna, F., & Ugolini, S. (2015). A Categorical Equivalence for Product Algebras. STUDIA LOGICA, 103(2), 345-373.
Aguzzoli, S., Flaminio, T., & Ugolini, S. (2017). Equivalences between subcategories of MTL-algebras via Boolean algebras and prelinear semihoops. JOURNAL OF LOGIC AND COMPUTATION, 27(8), 2525-2549.
Flaminio, T., Godo, L., & Ugolini, S. (2018). Towards a probability theory for product logic: States, integral representation and reasoning. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPROXIMATE REASONING, 93, 199-218.