I am a PhD student in Applied Mathematics under the supervision of Anne-Laure Dalibard at Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions (LJLL). My thesis is funded by the European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant allocated to the project “Mathematical study of Boundary Layers in Oceanic Motions” (BLOC).
My research interests include nonlinear physical oceanography, fluid boundary layers and rugosity models within fluid mechanics.
MSc. in Applied Mathematics "Analysis and Probability", 2017
Université Paris Dauphine
MSc. in Applied Mathematics "Probability and Finance", 2016
École Polytechnique/Sorbonne Université
MSc. in Economics "Economic policies and regulation", 2015
Universidad de La Habana
MSc. in Mathematics "Differential equations and Mechanics, 2014
Universidad de La Habana
BSc in Mathematics, 2012
Universidad de La Habana
Coastal boundary layer formation and quasi-geostrophic motion
Mathematical study of boundary layers in oceanic motions
Improved variational bounds for the effective conductivity of a matrix-inclusion conductive periodic composite are obtained via homogenization.