Alberto Enciso Carrasco, 2014 FPdGi Scientific Research Award

FPdGi Scientific Research Award, ex aequo, because of his research into developing new techniques for analysing differential equations used in physics and directly applicable to several fields of science and technology.

Alberto Enciso Carrasco, Guadalajara, 1980, holds a degree in Physics from the Complutense University in Madrid, a European PhD in Physics from the same institution and is currently a Ramón y Cajal researcher at the Institute of Mathematical Sciences (ICMAT) of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). His research involves developing new techniques for analysing differential equations used in physics and directly applicable to several other fields. The results of his research have yielded more than forty published articles, for which he has received awards from the Spanish Royal Mathematical Society and the Spanish Society of Applied Mathematics. Enciso Carrasco has been a visiting researcher at important international centres such as McGill University (Canada), ETH in Zurich (Switzerland), the Roma Tre University (Italy) and the City University of New York (USA).

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