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Full name: Hildeberto Jardón Kojakhmetov
Date and place of birth: 06/May/1985. Distrito Federal, México.

Education

Ph.D.: Mathematics, Dynamical Systems. University of Groningen. The Netherlands. 2011-2015
M. Sc.: Automatic Control. CINVESTAV-IPN. México 2008-2010
B.: Mechatronics. UPIITA-IPN. México. 2002-2007

Employment

March 2018 - Feb 2019 TUM fellow, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany
July 2017 - Feb 2018 Postdoctoral researcher at GBB, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
July 2015 - Jun 2017 Postdoctoral researcher at DTPA, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Sept 2009 - Feb 2011 Assistant professor, UPIITA-IPN, Mexico City, Mexico.

Publications

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Research interests

Applied Mathematics $\bullet$ Dynamical Systems $\bullet$ Multi-timescale systems $\bullet$ Control Theory $\bullet$ Engineering $\bullet$ Enzyme kinetics $\bullet$ Synthetic Biology.

Talks

  1. TBD BIRS-CMO Workshop "Mexican Mathematicians in the World: Perspectives and Recent Contributions", June 2018.
  2. Normal forms for slow-fast systems Oberseminar, TUM, April 2018.
  3. Modelling a synthetic cell. Origins of life meeting, December 8 2017, Groningen, The Netherlands.
  4. Multi-timescale dynamical systems. Origins of life meeting, March 31 2017, Groningen, The Netherlands.
  5. Slow-fast port-Hamiltonian mechanical systems. 36th Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control, March 28 - 30 2017, Spa, Belgium.
  6. Slow-fast systems and constrained differential equations. Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico City, Mexico, July 2016.
  7. Slow-fast systems and constrained differential equations. TU Wien, Austria, April 2016.
  8. Control of a flexible-joint manipulator with only position measurements: a port-Hamiltonian approach. 35th Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control, March 22 - 24 2016, Soesterberg, The Netherlands.
  9. Stabilization of planar slow-fast systems at non-hyperbolic points. 35th Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control, March 22 - 24 2016, Soesterberg, The Netherlands
  10. On $A_k$ slow-fast systems. Advances in Qualitative Theory of Differential Equations, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain, 2015.
  11. Constrained Differential Equations with three parameters. Floris Takens Seminar. JBI, Groningen, The Netherlands. November 2013.

Bachelor and Master Supervision

@RUG:

  1. Tomoyuki van Ouwendorp
    Energy based description of a bursting neuron.
    Master Project, University of Groningen, 2017.
  2. Sharon Verhoeff
    Numerical Methods for Parametric Resonance.
    Bachelor Project, University of Groningen, 2017.
  3. Jorick Wold
    FEA of Parametric Resonance for Energy Harvesting.
    Bachelor Project, University of Groningen, 2017.
  4. Casper Stork
    Modeling of a Piezoelectric Cantilever for Energy Harvesting.
    Bachelor Project, University of Groningen, 2017.
  5. Martijn Kamphuis
    Port-Hamiltonian Model of a GMAW process.
    Bachelor Project, University of Groningen, 2017.
  6. Renate Bijker
    Improvement of a wind farm operation strategy.
    Bachelor Project, University of Groningen, 2016.
  7. Vincent Samallo
    Camera integration on a robotic system.
    Bachelor Project, University of Groningen, 2016.
  8. Thomas Wesselink
    Controlling a flexible-joint robot.
    Bachelor Project, University of Groningen, 2016.

@UPIITA:


List of collaborators/co-authors (in alphabetic order)



Henk Broer (RUG) $\bullet$ Ming Cao (RUG) $\bullet$ Joaquin Collado (CINVESTAV) $\bullet$ G. Fernández-Anaya (U. Iberoamericana) $\bullet$ J. A. León (CINVESTAV) $\bullet$ Xia Liu $\bullet$ Rafael Martinez-Martinez (UPIITA) $\bullet$ Mauricio Muñoz (RUG) $\bullet$ Dunstano del Puerto (UdG) $\bullet$ Pouria Ramazi $\bullet$ Robert Roussarie (U. Burgogne) $\bullet$ Jacquelien Scherpen(RUG) $\bullet$ Hadi Tafgvafarad (RUG).