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I am Associate Professor at the Department of Mathematical, Physical and Computer Sciences of the University of Parma. See my Mathematical Reviews page, GoogleScholar profile, Scopus profile, Orcid id, Italian CV (updated on Jan. 31st, 2019)

Recently accepted or submitted papers

  1. Tutto quello che avreste voluto sapere sulla Congettura di Duffin–Schaeffer e non avete mai osato chiedere!
    Per il sito web MaddMaths! (online dal 5.10.2019)

  2. M. Cafferata, A. Perelli & A. Zaccagnini
    An extension of the Bourgain-Sarnak-Ziegler theorem with modular applications
    Accepted for publication in Quart. J. Math. Oxford (September 2019)

  3. A. Languasco & A. Zaccagnini
    Sums of four prime cubes in short intervals
    Acta Math. Hung. 159.1 (2019), 150–163

  4. M. Cantarini, A. Gambini & A. Zaccagnini
    On the average number of representations of an integer as a sum of like prime powers
    Accepted for publication in Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. (August 2019)

  5. A. Languasco & A. Zaccagnini
    A Cesàro average for an additive problem with prime powers
    Proceedings of the conference “Number Theory Week”, Poznań, September 4–8, 2017
    Edited by Łukasz Pańkowski and Maciej Radziejewski
    Banach Center Publications, Warszawa, Vol. 118 (2019), 137–152

  6. A. Languasco & A. Zaccagnini
    Sums of one prime power and two squares of primes in short intervals
    Accepted for publication in Rocky Mountain J. Math. (July 2019)

  7. A. Languasco & A. Zaccagnini
    A Cesàro average of generalised Hardy–Littlewood numbers
    Kodai Math. J. 42.2 (2019), 358–375

  8. A. Languasco & A. Zaccagnini
    Short intervals asymptotic formulae for binary problems with prime powers. II
    J. Austral. Math. Soc. (Online since April 8th, 2019)

  9. M. Cantarini, A. Gambini & A. Zaccagnini
    A note on an average additive problem with prime numbers
    (Submitted in January 2019)

  10. M. Cantarini, A. Gambini, A. Languasco, & A. Zaccagnini
    On an average ternary problem with prime powers
    (Submitted in October 2018)

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