Applying for academic jobs for next year.
Visiting MIT by invitation of Ruben Rosales
Gave talk at ICNAAM 2011 in Chalkidiki, Greece
June 22, 2011
Invited to visit MIT for the next academic year
May 20, 2011
PRE paper with J. Neu was published
Dec 2, 2010
Gave a talk in the group's seminar on the Hanging Rod problem
Aug 13, 2010
Sent paper with Shaeffer to SIAM Review
Nov 10, 2009:
Started new position at UC3M, as a Juan de la Cierva resercher
I am a Juan de la Cierva Researcher at the Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M), part of the Gregorio Millan institute. Prior to my current position I was a post-doc researcher at MIT's mathematics department, and before that I recieved my PhD from the mathematics department at UC Berkeley. I graduated from HUJI with a B.Sc. in physics and mathematics.
I have published papers about geometrical optimization, nucleation and aggregation (my PhD thesis topic), asymptotics in a combinatorics problem, and a particle-based method for conservation law. My current projects include further generalizing that numerical method, finding a moments-based solution to a charge-transport problem in a superlattice, and aggregation in various quench situations.
I'm currently teaching Linear Algebra for Aerospace engineers. This is one of several degrees in UC3M that are given in English, so I don't get to practice my newly learnt Spanish.
phone: +34 664 076 351 (Spanish mobile); +1 (617) 910 0255 (USA voicemail)
work address: Av/ Universidad 30, UC3M, Sabatini 2.1 D13, 28911 Leganes (Madrid), Spain.