Collaborators

    Alumni

    BSc students

    Jonantan Emanuel Estévez Jácome

    Mr. Estévez Jácome aims to graduate in 2021
    I’m currently co-supervisor of Mr. Estévez Jácome along with Prof. Brenda Cecilia Alcántar Vázquez (UNAM, Mexico City). My work with Mr. Estévez Jácome is dedicated on mathematical problems in computational chemistry.

    Rodrigo Camas Maay

    Mr. Camas Maay aims to graduate in 2021.
    I’m currently co-supervisor of Mr. Camas Maay along with Lecturer Geovany Polanco Loría (ITM, Merida, Mexico). My work with Mr. Camas Maay is dedicated on the second method of Lyapunov and dynamical systems.

    Former BSc students

    Manuel Alejandro Dzul Gallareta

    Mr. Dzul Gallareta graduated in may 2020.
    I was co-supervisor of Mr. Dzul Gallareta along with the Autonomous University of Yucatán. Mr. Dzul Gallareta worked with me on applied mathematical problems in computational chemistry. His thesis is yet to be published.

    Collaborators

    Sigurður Freyr Hafstein

    Professor of Applied Mathematics. Currently, I work in Prof. Hafstein group. We are working in topics related to Numerical Analysis and PDE’s for topics of Lyapunov’s second method. For more information related to his work, please go to his webpage.

    Michael Melgaard

    Professor of Mathematics (Subject Chair in Analysis and PDEs). I was a PhD student under Prof. Melgaard’s supervision. Currently, he is one of my main collaborators for topics related to mathematical analysis and nonlinear PDEs. For more information related to his work, please go to his webpage.

    Peter Giesl

    Professor of mathematics. Prof. Giesl is one of my main collaborators in topics related to Numerical Analysis and PDE’s. For more information related to his work, please go to his webpage.

    Brenda Alcántar Vázquez

    Associate Professor at the Institute of Ingineering at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Her research aims to investigate different problems in chemistry. She also works on techniques for catch and use greenhouse gases. Together we are colloborating in mathematical problems related to chemical research.

    Geovany Ariel Polanco Loría

    Geovany is lecturer at the Polytechnic Institute of Merida in Mexico. I am currently colloborating with on applications of Lyapunov theory on various applied projects. Further, Geovany is an expert in divulging mathematics as Popular Science. He has constructed many instructive playful models on geometry aiming to spark younger’s interest in mathematics.

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