Three ICM-UdeC students did a two-month research stay.
Javier Almonacid, Juan Manuel Cárdenas and Sebastián Moraga, students of the Mathematical Civil Engineering undergraduate program of Universidad de Concepción, presented to their fellow students, students of more advanced levels and researchers of the Center for Research in Mathematical Engineering, CI²MA, the talk Research visits At Simon Fraser University, in the context of a new edition of the Numerical Analysis Seminar of Partial Differential Equations, SANMoMa.
On the occasion, Javier, Juan Manuel and Sebastián, who have indicated their intention to dedicate in the future to the academic activity and scientific research, detailed their international research experience in Vancouver, Canada, from February 1 to March 31, arranged by the director of CI²MA, Dr. Gabriel Gatica. During the talk, speakers explained that, after being settled on the North American campus, they were able to choose between several research topics according to their own interests. This is how Javier worked in collaboration with the researcher Dr. Weiran Sun in developing a study of The Neutron Transport and Half Space Equations, while Juan Manuel and Sebastián focused on Frames and Numerical Approximation, together with Dr. Ben Adcock.
SANMoMa is a periodic event organized by David Mora and Ricardo Oyarzúa, researchers of the Departamento de Matemática of Universidad del Bío-Bío and associate researchers of CI²MA, and Gabriel Gatica.