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Pablo Mira

Catedrático de Universidad (Full Professor).

Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (Spain).

Research interests:

Geometric Analysis, with a special emphasis on two-dimensional problems, complex analysis, constant mean curvature surfaces and geometrics PDEs.

You can reach me at: pablo.mira@upct.es

Distinctions

I was honored by the International Mathematical Union with the invitation to deliver a lecture (jointly with my collaborator Isabel Fernández) at the International Congress of Mathematicians 2010. We presented an overview of the theory of constant mean curvature surfaces in homogeneous three-manifolds, and of our solution to the Bernstein problem in Heisenberg space. See this link for the slides.

This is the official Spanish prize for young researchers in mathematics (less than 32 years old). It is awarded by the Spanish Royal Mathematical Society. Its jury typically includes Fields medallists (e.g. Terence Tao, Efim Zelmanov, Wendelin Werner, Cédric Villani). See this link

The official bi-annual prize for young reseachers in all areas of science (less than 35 years old) of the Region of Murcia, awarded by Fundación Séneca. See this link.

Selected Results

  • end2017

    The classification of constant mean curvature spheres in homogeneous three-manifolds

    with William H. Meeks III, J.Pérez, A.Ros     PDF

  • end2016

    Proof of Alexandrov's conjecture on immersed spheres in R^3 of prescribed curvatures

    with J.A.Gálvez     PDF

  • end2013

    The classification of constant mean curvature spheres in homogeneous three-spheres

    with William H. Meeks III, J.Pérez, A.Ros     PDF

  • end2015

    The classification of isolated singularities of elliptic Monge–Ampère equation in dimension two

    with J.A.Gálvez and A.Jimenez     PDF

  • Present2009

    The solution to the Bernstein problem in Heisenberg space on entire minimal graphs

    with Isabel Fernández     PDF

Service to the Math Community

  • Member of the Executive Board and the Scientific Commission of the Spanish Royal Mathematical Society
  • Member of the Women in Mathematics Committee, European Mathematical Society
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the Springer-RSME series
  • External evaluator, European Research Council.
  • Expert evaluator, Agencia Estatal de Investigación