Research

We are a growing research group made up by young researchers with a strong common vision — create a pleasant evironment to discuss about mathematics.

Areas of research

We are interested in the following areas of research:

  • Theory of Computation
  • Dynamical systems
  • Algebraic combinatorics
  • Stochastic processes
  • Statistical mechanics
  • Graph theory

Current Members

  • José Aliste-Prieto Ph.D. in mathematical modeling, University of Chile. Ph.D. in mathematics, University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis. Joined the department: 2012. Research interests: aperiodic tilings, Poincare theory and algebraic combinatorics.
  • Roberto Cortez Ph.D. in mathematical modeling, University of Chile. Joined the department: 2019. Reseach interests: stochastic processes, statistical mechanics.
  • Mauricio Duarte Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Washington, Seattle. Joined the department: 2014. Research interests: stochastic processes, Brownian motion.
  • Alejandro Lopez Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Minessota. Joined the department: 2004. Main interests: algebra, mathematical education
  • Daniel Pons Ph.D. in Mathematics, Imperial College. Joined the department: 2007. Main interests: differential geometry, applications to physics and ecology.
  • Cristobal Rojas Ph.D. in Mathematics and Computer Science, Ecole Polytechnique, Universidad De Pisa. Joined the department: 2011. Main interests: algorithsms, computability and complexity in dynamics and physics.
  • Pierre Paul-Romagnoli Ph.D. in mathematical modeling, Universidad de Chile Ph.D. in mathematics, Universidad de Marsella II Joined the department: 2004. Main interests: Ergodic theory, mathematical education, symbolic dynamics
  • José Zamora Ph.D. in mathematical modeling, Universidad de Chile Doctor en Ciencias de la Computación (Modelos discretos y algoritmos), Charles University, Praga. Joined the department: 2008. Main interests: graph theory and combinatorics.

Former Members

  • Daniel Coronel Ph.D. in mathematical modeling, University of Chile. Ph.D. in mathematics, University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis. Main interests: aperiodic tilings, topological dynamics, thermodynamic formalism and complex dynamics. (Current institution: Facultad de Matemáticas, PUC, Chile)
  • Benjamin Hellouin Ph.D. in Computer Science, Aix-Marseille University. Main interests: computability in dynamical systems, ergodic theory, cellular automata.
  • Pierre Aboulker . Main interests: graph theory