Áurea Quintino
Áurea Quintino
Assistant Professor
Quantitative Methods

Áurea Quintino is an Assistant Professor at Nova School of Business and Economics. She holds a Ph.D. degree in Mathematics from the University of Bath (UK) and is a member of CMAFcIO – Center for Mathematics, Fundamental Applications and Operations Research of the University of Lisbon, developing her research activity in the area of Differential Geometry. She accumulates a vast teaching experience at the departments of Mathematics of both FCT NOVA and the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon, as well as, recently, at Universidade Europeia.

Ph.D. in Mathematics (Differential Geometry), University of Bath, UK.

M.Sc. in Mathematics (Geometry and Topology), University of Lisbon.

B.Sc. in Mathematics (Pure Mathematics), University of Lisbon.

  • Burstall, Francis E., Quintino, Áurea C. (2014). Dressing transformations of constrained Willmore surfaces. Communications in Analysis and Geometry, 22 (3), 469-518.
  • Burstall, F. E., Dorfmeister, J. F., Leschke, K., Quintino, A. C. (2013). Darboux transforms and simple factor dressing of constant mean curvature surfaces. Manuscripta Mathematica, 140 (1-2), 213-236.
  • Quintino, Áurea (2011). Spectral deformation and Bäcklund transformation of constrained Willmore surfaces. Differential Geometry And Its Applications, 29 (SUPPL. 1).
  • Quintino, Aurea C. (2021). Constrained Willmore surfaces: symmetries of a Möbius invariant integrable system. Cambridge University Press.
  • Quintino, A. C. (2017). Transformations of generalized harmonic bundles and constrained Willmore surfaces. Willmore energy and Willmore conjecture. Toda, M.D. (Eds.), CRC Press, Taylor & Francis group, Chapman & Hall/CRC Monographs and Research Notes in Mathematics, 9-47.
  • Quintino, Aurea C. (2011). Constant mean curvature surfaces at the intersection of integrable geometries. Geometry, Integrability and Quantization. Mladenov, I.M., Vilasi, G., Yoshioka, A. (Eds.), Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 12, 305-319.