Workshop on Inverse and control problems for physical systems ICoPS 2018

December 4-7, 2018

Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Valparaiso, Chile.



This workshop is organized within the framework of the MathAmsud project Inverse and control problems for physical systems ICoPS

Invited speakers:
  • Mauricio C. Santos. Universidade Federal da Paraiba, Brasil.
  • Nicolás Carreno. Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile.
  • Emmanuelle Crépeau. Université de Versailles, Francia.
  • Roberto Capistrano. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brasil.
  • Felipe Chaves-Silva. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brasil.
  • Matias Courdurier. Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile.
  • Fagner D Araruna. Universidade Federal da Paraiba, Brasil.
  • Fernando Gallegos, Universidad Nacional de Colombia.
  • Patricio Guzmán, Universidad de Chile.
  • Camille Laurent, CNRS, Francia.
  • Rodrigo Lecaros. Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria Chile.
  • Marco Lopez García, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México, México.
  • Juan Carlos Lopez, Yachay Tech, Ecuador.
  • Cristhian Montoya, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile.
  • Juan Carlos Munoz, Universidad del Valle, Colombia.
  • Jaime Ortega, Universidad de Chile.
  • Axel Osses, Universidad de Chile.
  • Héctor Ramírez, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile.
  • Constanza Sanchez de la Vega, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Diego Souza, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brasil.
  • María Inés Troparevsky, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Ivonne Rivas. Universidad del Valle, Colombia.
  • Julie Valein, Université de Lorraine, Francia.
  • Sebastian Zamorano, Universidad de Santiago de Chile.

Organizing Committee:
Eduardo Cerpa. Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile.
Emmanuelle Crépeau. Université de Versailles, Francia.
Alberto Mercado. Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile.
Ivonne Rivas. Universidad del Valle, Colombia.





Getting there & accommodation


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Talks:
    Tuesday, Dec. 6.
  • Emmanuelle Crépeau. Some controllability results on Korteweg de Vries equation
  • Roberto Capistrano. Properties of the biharmonic nonlinear Schrodinger equation
  • Fagner D. Araruna. Spectral analysis and control for some PDE systems
  • Fernando Gallegos. Large time behavior of the coupled systems of two Korteweg-de Vries equations.
  • Diego A. Souza. Controllability of some equations of Sobolev-Galpern's type
  • Student talks: Pamela Godoy, Esteban Hernández, Diego Gajardo.


  • Wednesday, Dec 5.
  • Juan Carlos Munoz. Reconstrucción del coeficiente de velocidad en un modelo para la propagacion de ondas en la superficie de un canal con fondo variable.
  • Juan Carlos Lopez. Gravity waves oscillations at the boundary of two-dimensional bounded containers.
  • Gino Montecinos. A numerical approach based on primal-dual coupled formulation for the adjoint approach in PDE constrained optimization problems.
  • Axel Osses. Some Inverse Problems in Biomedical Imaging.
  • María Inés Troparevsky. Inverse Problems associated to Fractional Differential Equations.
  • Matias Courdurier. An inverse problem in fluorescence life imaging optical tomography.
  • Jaime Ortega. TBA


  • Thursday, Dec 6.
  • Ivonne Rivas. Exact controllability of a linear Korteweg-de Vries equation by the flatness approach.
  • Julie Valein. Stabilization of nonlinear KdV equation with time-delay feedback.
  • Héctor Ramírez. On backstepping boundary control for a class of linear port-Hamiltonian systems.
  • Constanza Sanchez de la Vega. Optimal Control for non linear Schrodinger equations.
  • Mauricio C. Santos. Boundary controls as the limit of internal controls: the parabolic case
  • Marco Lopez García. Lower and upper bounds for the cost of the null controllability of a transport-diffusion equation with high order derivates.
  • Sebastian Zamorano. Analysis of the controllability from the exterior of strong damping nonlocal wave equations
  • Patricio Guzmán. TBA.
  • Cristhian Montoya. Stackelberg strategy for robust control systems in PDEs.


  • Friday, Dec. 7.
  • Felipe Chaves-Silva. Controllability of equations with large parameters.
  • Camille Laurent. Observation and control of systems of coupled wave equations.
  • Nicolás Carreno. Some control results for systems coupling second- and fourth-order parabolic equations





The project ICoPS is funded by the regional program MATH-Amsud in cooperation with CONICYT (Chile), CNRS (France), CAPES (Brazil), and COLCIENCIAS (Colombia).

The workshop is also supported by CMM , FONDECYT, and AC3E.




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