Sebastian Zamorano

Visiting Scientist (November 22nd, 2021 – January 19th, 2022)

Funded by AvH -Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung/Foundation

University of Santiago of Chile

I am currently an Assistant Professor at the Mathematics and Computer Science Department, University of Santiago, Chile. My research interest is Control Theory and Inverse Problems for Partial Differential Equations (PDE) and Fractional Differential Equations (FDE). Specifically, my fields of research are: inverse problems for water waves, nonlocal equations, and fluid mechanics models; optimal control problems and turnpike phenomenon for PDEs and FDEs; stabilization of PDEs and FDEs; controllability of PDEs and FDEs.

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