My research is framed in the global theory of minimal surfaces of Euclidean space, whose applications in Biology, Physics and Chemistry are very important.

On this page you can find links related to my research and with minimal surfaces.

I am currently co-responsible (jointly with Miguel Sanchez) of the research project, entitled "Semi-Riemannian Geometry and Geometric Flows in Mathematical Physics”, funded by the Spanish Ministery of Science and Innovation (MICINN).

I am also leading the project "Differential Equations in Manifolds, Mathematical Physics and Applications" that is financed by Junta de Andalucia and the UE, through the ERDEF program. This project  brought together researchers from Cordoba, Malaga and Granada to work on the study of evolution equations in Riemannian and Semi-Riemannian Geometry: combining the expertise of the network partners in the areas of relativity, Finsler geometry,  geometric flows, minimal surfaces and integrable systems which allowed new approaches in this research area.

From 2016 to 2020, I was responsible in Granada of the International Network Grant Minimal surfaces: Integrable systems and visualisation, a joint research project of the Universities of Leicester (UK), Tsukuba (Japan), U.C. Cork (Ireland), T.U. München (Germany), funded by the Leverhulme Trust (UK) starting on September1,  2016. The coordinator of this grant was Prof. Katrin Leschke (Leicester).

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