Strongly nonnegative curvature [with R. Mendes], In preparation.
Four-dimensional manifolds with positive biorthogonal curvature, Submitted.
On the equivariant implicit function theorem with low regularity and applications to geometric variational problems [with P. Piccione and G. Siciliano]
Proc. Edinb. Math. Soc., (2) 58 (2015), no. 1, 53-80.
arXiv:1009.5721 [math.DG] Published version (Cambridge)
Deforming solutions of geometric variational problems with varying symmetry groups [with P. Piccione and G. Siciliano],
Transform. Groups., 19 (2014), no. 4, 941-968.
arXiv:1403.4275 [math.DG] Published version (SpringerLink)
Equivariant bifurcation in geometric variational problems [with P. Piccione and G. Siciliano]
in: Progress in Nonlinear Differential Equations and Their Applications, Vol 85 (2014), 103-133, Springer.
arXiv:1308.3268 [math.DG] Published version (SpringerLink)
Multiplicity of solutions to the Yamabe problem on collapsing Riemannian submersions [with P. Piccione]
Pacific J. Math. 266 (2013), no. 1, 1-21. MR 3105774, Zbl 1287.53030.
arXiv:1304.5510 [math.DG] Published version (MSP)
Bifurcation and local rigidity of homogeneous solutions to the Yamabe problem on spheres [with P. Piccione]
Calc. Var. Partial Differential Equations 47 (2013), no. 3-4, 789–807. MR3070564, Zbl 1272.53042.
arXiv:1107.5335 [math.DG] Published version (SpringerLink)
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