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.

Some recent talk at Simon Fraser University on Repulsive-Attractive models.

An interview about the 2018 Year of Mathematical Biology.

An article in El Pais about computational neuroscience.

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!!

An interesting discussion with diplomats of the Spanish Embassy in London.

My Proust Test for the SIMAI.

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