Department of Mathematics

Home Page of Professor José Antonio Carrillo de la Plata

Research Topics:

  • Kinetic equations: asymptotic behavior, modelling and numerical simulation.
  • Nonlinear diffusion equations: asymptotic behavior and qualitative properties.
  • Applications of kinetic equations: charged particles transport in semiconductors and plasmas, rarefied gas dynamics, granular gases...
  • Kinetic and Diffusive Models in Mathematical Biology: chemotaxis, swarming and flocking, computational neuroscience...
  • Numerical methods for nonlinear conservation laws.

You can listen to my Inaugural Lecture at Imperial College to understand part of my research.

You can also listen to the 3-minute Thesis competition at Imperial College by my PhD student Franca Hoffmann.

I won the 2016 SACA award for best supervisor nominated by my own PhD students!!

My Proust Test for the SIMAI.

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