Nonlinear Partial Differential Models

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Project Description

In this project we will study some nonlinear partial differential equations models that arise in applications ranging from population dynamics, mean-field games, quantum chemistry and mechanics, medicine, quasi-geostrophic flows, and water waves.​​​​​
Program - Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
Division - Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering
Field of Study - Mathematics or related field

About the
Researcher

Diogo Gomes

Professor, Applied Mathematics and Computational Science

Diogo Gomes
Professor Gomes’s research interests are in partial differential equations (PDE), namely on viscosity solutions of elliptic, parabolic and Hamilton-Jacobi equations as well as in related mean-field models. This area includes a large class of PDEs and examples, ranging from classical linear equations to highly nonlinear PDEs, including the Monge-Ampere equation, geometric equations for image processing, non-linear elasticity equations and the porous media equation. His research is motivated directly or indirectly by concrete applications. These include population and crowd modeling, price formation and extended mean-field models, numerical analysis of infinite dimensional PDEs and computer vision.

Before joining KAUST, Professor Gomes has been a Professor in the Mathematics Department at the Instituto Superior Tecnico since 2001. He did his Post-Doc at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton in 2000 and at the University of Texas at Austin in 2001. 

Desired Project Deliverables

The objective of the project is to study in detail modeling, analytical and numerical aspects of partial differential equations from concrete applications. A final report and presentation will be required. The work will be developed and the guidance of Prof. Diogo Gomes and the Research Scientist Dr. Saber Trabelsi.​