I am a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Lisbon under Professor Fernando Ferreira.

Until November 2016, I was a JSPS postdoctoral fellow at Tohoku University with Professor Kazuyuki Tanaka.

I received my PhD in 2014 from the University of Udine under the supervision of Professor Alberto Marcone.

My research is in the area of mathematical logic.

Departamento de Matemática

FCUL - Universidade de Lisboa

Campo Grande 1749-016 Lisboa, Portugal

- Emanuele Frittaion, Silvia Steila, and Keita Yokoyama.
**The strength of the SCT criterion.**Theory and Applications of Models of Computation 2017. LNCS 10185 Springer: 260--273 (2017) [pdf] - Emanuele Frittaion.
**Brown's Lemma in second-order arithmetic.***Fundamenta Mathematicae,*Online first articles (2017) [pdf] - Emanuele Frittaion, Ludovic Patey.
**Coloring the rationals in reverse mathematics.***Computability,*Vol. Preprint: 1--13 (2016) [pdf] - Emanuele Frittaion, Matt Hendtlass, Alberto Marcone, Paul Shafer, and Jeroen Van der Meeren.
**Reverse mathematics, well-quasi-orders, and Noetherian spaces.***Archive for Mathematical Logic*, 55(3): 431--459 (2016) [pdf] - Emanuele Frittaion and Alberto Marcone.
**Reverse Mathematics and initial intervals.***Ann. Pure Appl. Logic*, 165(3): 858--879 (2014) [pdf] - Emanuele Frittaion and Alberto Marcone.
**Linear extensions of partial orders and reverse mathematics.***Math. Log. Quarterly*, 58(6): 417--423 (2012) [pdf]

- Reverse Mathematics and partial orders. Advisor: Alberto Marcone. PhD Thesis, University of Udine 2014.

- Brown's Lemma in second-order arithmetic, Sendai Logic School, Sendai, 2016.
- Brown's Lemma is equivalent to Sigma02-induction, Workshop ``New challanges in reverse mathematics'', IMS, Singapore, 2016.
- Maximal chains in second-order arithmetic, Sendai Logic Seminar, 2015.
- Well-scattered partial orders and Erdos-Rado, Computability Theory and Foundations of Mathematics, Tokyo, 2014.
- Initial intervals and reverse mathematics, Logic Colloquium Evora, 2013.
- Some reverse mathematics results about partial orders, Notre Dame Logic Seminar, 2012.