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Graduate Students

Below is the list of graduate thesis-stage students whose theses are currently directed by researchers of the center. Clicking on the name of a particular student leads to a brief summary with the most relevant information of the respective thesis.

PhD in Applied Sciences with mention in Mathematical Engineering, Universidad de Concepción

NameThesis ProjectDirectors
1 Bermúdez, Isaac Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Interface Problems: Application to Water Desalination Processes Jessika Camaño, Manuel Solano
2 Fernández, Joaquín Numerical Solutions of Stochastic Differential Equations with Jumps Rolando J. Biscay, Carlos Mora
3 Inzunza, Cristian Banach Spaces-Based Mixed Finite Element Methods for Coupled Diffusion Problems and Related Models Eligio Colmenares, Gabriel N. Gatica, Filánder Sequeira
4 Martinez, Yessennia Raimund Bürger, Paola Goatin, Luis M. Villada
5 Moya, Jorge Non-hydrostatic Hyperbolic Shallow Water Models for Tsunami Propagation and Coastal Vegetation Impact Raimund Bürger, Enrique Fernández-Nieto
6 Muñoz, Mario Numerical Methods for Random Systems Hugo de la Cruz Cancino, Carlos Mora
7 Ortega, Juan Paulo Mixed Finite Element Methods for Brinkman-Forchheimer and Related Single and Coupled Models in Fluid Mechanics Sergio Caucao, Gabriel N. Gatica

PhD in Applied Mathematics, Universidad del Bío-Bío

NameThesis ProjectDirectors
1 Caraballo, Rubén Verónica Anaya
2 Serón, Miguel Jessika Camaño, Ricardo E. Oyarzua, Manuel Solano
3 Silgado, Alberth Lourenco Beirao-Da-Veiga, David Mora

Master in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Universidad del Bío-Bío

NameThesis ProjectDirectors
1 Piña, Francisco Numerical Analysis of a New Completely Non-Conforming and Conservative Finite Element Method for the Stationary Boussinesq Model Eligio Colmenares, Ricardo E. Oyarzua

Master of Applied Mathematics, Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción

NameThesis ProjectDirectors
1 Vallejos, Eduard A Pseudostrained Hybridizable Discontinuous Galerkin Method for the Generalized Oseen Problem Jessika Camaño, Luis Gatica