Renato Calleja is an Associate Professor at Institute of Applied Mathematics and Systems (IIMAS), at UNAM in Mexico City. He obtained his PhD in Mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin in 2009 under the supervision of Rafael de la Llave. He was a postdoc at McGill University, Concordia University, the IMA-Minneapolis, Georgia Tech, and held visiting positions at the CRM-Montreal, CRM-Barcelona, and the MSRI-Berkeley. Renato's research is in the fields of Dynamical Systems and Mathematical Physics, in particular in the study of existence and persistence of invariant objects using Numerical and Analytical tools and their relevance to applications.
Intérêts de recherche
KAM Theory, Numerical KAM, Bifurcation Theory, Hyperbolicity, Nonlinear Lattice Equations, Numerical Analysis, State-Dependent Delay Equations, Celestial Mechanics.