Dr. Davide Batic
Dr. Davide Batic Associate Professor
Technical Areas
Research Interests

Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics

Dr. Davide Batic received the Laurea (BSc and MSc combined) degree in Physics from the University of Trieste in 1998. From 1999 to 2002 he worked as a researcher in the Department of Safety Research at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany, and received a PhD in Mathematics from University of Regensburg, Germany, in 2005.
Dr. Batic has served as faculty member in several universities. He has many years of research experience in the areas of complex differential equations, spectral theory of unbounded operators, mathematical physics, general relativity, and differential geometry. In addition to the experience of teaching graduate courses in the aforementioned research areas, he has published several research papers in highly reputed international journals. During his career Dr. Batic has supervised PhD, MPhil students, MSc, and BSc students in mathematics and physics. At the moment he is supervising two MPhil students at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica. He acted as PhD, MPhil, and MSc external examiner, and also as journal referee in several peer-reviewed journals such as Classical and Quantum Gravity and Physical Review D, among others. In 2016 Dr. Batic took the position of associate professor at the Petroleum Institute, which became a part of the Khalifa University of Science and Technology in 2017.

  • Laurea (BSc and MSc combined) degree in Physics
  • University of Trieste (Italy) 1998 and PhD in Mathematics
  • University of Regensburg (Germany) 2005
Technical Areas
  • Differential equations
  • linear algebra
  • abstract algebra
  • real analysis
  • complex analysis
  • theory of special functions
  • general topology
  • functional analysis
  • differential geometry with applications to general relativity
  • general relativity
Research Interests
  • Quantum gravity; noncommutative geometry
  • spectral theory of unbounded operators
  • mathematical physics, differential geometry
  • analysis and functional analysis
  • topology; partial differential equations
  • theory of special functions and complex differential equations
  • integrable systems
  • quantum field theory in curved space-times
  • scattering theory
  • stability of space-times
  • cosmology
  • magnetohydrodynamics
  • plasma physics and fluid dynamics
  • ODEs in the complex plane
  • black holes