Objectives

The group "Differential Equations and Numerical Analysis" works in many different problems: partial differential equations, dynamical systems, numerical methods, calculus of variations, harmonic analysis, functional analysis, embedding methods, mathematical models in physical and biological sciences, etc.
The two main research lines are: homogenization theory and applications to biological dynamics. (See the "projects" link for further informations on this and other projects).
The group has 16 Ph.D. members with a high degree of internationalization (USA, Spain, Brazil, Italy, Norway, France, among others). In the last years, the group has published in leading international journals. Many conferences were organized by team members. It also has a leading role in international partnerships for joint Ph.D. programs.
Funding is provided by several national and international projects, many of them led by group members.
The group is also active in science popularization, involving several of its members.