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Hello! My name is Martin Hernandez Salinas, I am a doctoral student at the Chair for Dynamics, Control and Numerics – Alexander von Humboldt- Professorship.
I have a degree in mathematical engineering and a master’s degree in mathematical sciences from Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María. My main fields of interest are partial differential equations, control theory, numerical analysis
and machine learning.
Master thesis: Turnpike under uncertainty | April 9th, 2021
Course: Mathematics 2 (Linear algebra). Theoretical and practical basic subject that provides the fundamental concepts of series, matrix, vector algebra, and basic notions of finite-dimensional spaces. | Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa María | Jul. 2021 – Dec. 2021
Check my posts on Math & Research
Author: Martín Hernández, FAU DCN-AvH Code: In this repository, we show a code for Lloyd’s algorithm. Also called Voronoid iteration, this is an iterative algorithm finding for equispaced convex cells in euclidean space. Lloyd’s algorithm finds the distribution of the cells computing their center of mass […]
Uniform Turnpike Property 1 Introduction In this post, we analyze a heat equation with rapidly oscillating coefficients dependent on a parameter , with a distributed control. We show that the uniform null controllability implies the uniform turnpike property, i.e., the turnpike property with constants independent of […]
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