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UNIDEL Professors of Mathematical Sciences David Colton and Peter Monk will collaborate
with Dr. Jessika Camano from the Centro de Investigación
en Ingeniería Matemática (CI²MA) at the University of
Concepcio. Dr. Camano also has a position as an
academic researcher in the Department of Applied
Mathematics and Physics of the Catholic University of
the Most Holy Conception (UCSC) in Concepcion. At the
beginning of September, Dr. Camano started a three-month
visit to the University of Delaware. Dr. Camano works
on computational electromagnetism and while at Delaware
she is collaborating with Professors David Colton and
Peter Monk on a problem in inverse electromagnetic
scattering. Dr. Camano will give a seminar in the
department’s "Numerical Analysis and Partial Differential
Equations" seminar. Her visit to Delaware is funded by
the Chilean Project Linkages with the Academy of
Conicyt No. 79130048, which is led by Prof. Gatica
from CI²MA, and by the Fondecyt Research Project
Initiation No. 11140691. This visit extends and
strengthens ties between the University of Concepción and
the UCSC, and in particular CI²MA, and the University
of Delaware. This collaboration was initiated almost 30
years ago and includes mutual visits of undergraduate
and graduate students, as well as postdocs and
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