Chilean mathematician wins one of the most important scientific awards of the United Kingdom

Chilean mathematician wins one of the most important scientific awards of the United Kingdom

The researcher at the Center for mathematical modeling of the University of Chile and Premio Nacional de Ciencias Exactas 2013, Manuel de el Pino, obtained the Chair of research at the Royal Society Research, allowing him to devote himself exclusively to his research, which will help the understanding of characteristics of phenomena as diverse as climate change, or a tumor metastasis.

Founded in the 1660's, the "Royal Society", the oldest scientific society in the United Kingdom and one of the oldest in Europe, works looking to recognize, promote and support excellence in scientific research, and the development and use of science for the benefit of humanity.

So that each year are selected by a group of leading researchers to receive the "Chair of research of the Royal Society", which delivers a long-term support to academics who have outstanding achievements, being the main prize in the area of research that delivers the body.

Among the six selected this 2018Manuel de el Pinoresearcher at the Center for mathematical modeling of the University of Chile and Premio Nacional de Ciencias Exactas 2013, who, thanks to this, the most important Prize awarded in the United Kingdom, will be released from administrative and teaching to focus tasks of uniquely in its investigation.

"It is a great honour to be awarded the society's Chair. Personally, I am extremely motivated to open new horizons in my research"said the mathematician that today is working at the University of Bath (England).

Pine is a member of the Chilean Academy of Sciences, graduate of mathematical engineering in our campus and a doctorate in mathematics by the University of Minnesota, andHe was selected on the basis of their significant contribution to the theory of asymptotic patterns in nonlinear partial differential equations.

With its Chair, pine you will investigate how and when the singularities occur in a natural phenomenon. This will allow to understand characteristics of climate change of metastasis of a tumor or black holes, among other phenomena. The singularities occur in a host of fundamental scientific problems and its analysis is a fascinating scientific challenge.

ForAlejandro Maassdirector of the CMM,"this award is one of the most famous in Britain and is given only to very outstanding scientists. For this reason, we congratulate Manuel and his outstanding research".

Source:www.uchile.CL