[Past member] Internship (October 24th – December 2nd, 2022)
PhD Student. Autonomous University of Madrid
Room 03.365 | DDS – Department of Data Science. FAU DCN-AvH Chair for Dynamics, Control and Numerics – Alexander von Humboldt Professorship
+49 9131 85-67133
Hi! My name is Antonio Álvarez López. I am a PhD student at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid on Control Theory and Machine Learning, under the supervision of Prof. Enrique Zuazua and Prof. Rafael Orive.
I studied a double degree in Mathematics and Physics at Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, in my hometown, between 2016 and 2021. I spent the 2019/2020 academic course at Universidad de Granada as an exchange student. I got my Master’s degree in Advanced Mathematics at Universidad Complutense de Madrid for the 2021/2022 academic year with a focus on PDEs, Calculus of Variations and Control Theory.
I worked during this year on Fluid Mechanics and MHD under the supervision of Prof. Alberto Enciso Carrasco. Throughout my career, I have enjoyed studying different areas of Mathematics, but my personal goal now is expertising on Control Theory and Machine Learning, disciplines that I find exciting and which appear to show many promising lines of research at their interface.
Master Thesis: El problema de Parker en Magnetohidrodinámica y aplicaciones de transición para campos force-free (July 2022)
Mini-workshop “Analysis, Numerics and Control”. Breaking the curse of dimensionality with Barron Spaces
My posts on Math & Research
Breaking the curse of dimensionality with Barron spaces