My name is Benjamin Ivorra. I’m Professor in Applied Mathematics at the University Complutense of Madrid (Spain) since October 2006. My principal research themes are about low cost global optimisation methods, their applications to industrial problems and epidemiological modelling.


            I’ve the chance to collaborate with very interesting and impassioned people: Professor Bijan Mohammadi (UM2 – France), Dr. Damien Isčbe (UM2), Professor Laurent Dumas (U. Paris 6 - France), Professor Yves Moreau (UM2), Professor Juan G. Santiago (MED/Stanford - USA), Dr. David E. Hertzog (Mckenzie group - USA), Professor Miguel Carrasco (Univ. Andes – Chile), Professor Felipe Alvarez (CMM - Chile), Professor Suzana Gomez (UNAM - Mexico),  Professor Roland Glowinski (Univ. Houston - USA), Professor Pilar Martinez Ortigosa and Dr. Juana Lopez Redondo (Univ. Almeria, Spain), Dr. Beatriz Martínez López and Professor José Manuel Sánchez-Vizcaíno (SANIANI, UCM, Spain) and, of course, all my friends of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain) through the MOMAT group and IMI institute.


The work presented here was performed during the last ten years. I hope that the documents included in this website will interest you.


If you have any remark, suggestion or question, don’t hesitate to contact me: ivorra@mat.ucm.es


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