Phone
E-mail merce.olle@upc.edu
Position Professor
Area Dynamical Systems
Ollé Torner, Mercè
Biosketch

Professor at the Department of Mathematics of the University Politècnica de Catalunya, PhD Thesis in 1989 (supervised by Prof. Gerard Gomez), member of the UPC-UB Dynamical Systems Group (a large group of researchers in DS based in Barcelona), and the DANCE network. Advisor of two PhD Theses and 30 published papers in JCR, 21 in Q1 (10 of them in D1, one of them as unique author), 8 in Q2, 1 in Q3, (info up today 31 January 2022). Distinction: The paper Dynamics of the parabolic restricted three-body problem, in Comm. Nonlinear Sci. Numer. Simulat., 29,400-415, 2015, was selected by Elsevier in the Virtual Special Issue on Women in Physics, March, 8, 2016.

Personal webpage: https://web.mat.upc.edu/merce.olle/index.html

 

Other Research Interests

 

  • Dynamical systems.
  • Celestial mechanics.
  • Analytical and numerical approach.
Projects

2 last projects:

MECMANA, PGC2018-100928-B-I00, UPC, 2019-2022, (principal researchers PR: M. Ollé and P. Martín) 

“UPC Dynamical Systems SGR”, 2017SGR-1049, UPC, 2017-2021, PR: T. M. Seara.

Selected publications

5 last papers (up to 31 January 2022):

M. Ollé, J. R. Pacha, Hopf bifurcation for the hydrogen atom in a circularly polarized microwave field, Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, 62, 27--60, 2018.

M. Ollé, O. Rodríguez, J. Soler, Ejection-collision orbits in the RTBP, Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, 55, 298--315, 2018.

M. Ollé, O. Rodríguez, J. Soler, Analytical and numerical results on families of n-Ejection-collision orbits in the RTBP, Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, 90 (105294), 1--27, 2020.

M. Ollé, O. Rodríguez, J. Soler, Transit regions and ejection/collision orbits in the RTBP, Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, 94 (105550), 1--29, 2020.

M. Alvarez-Ramirez, E. Barrabés, M. Medina, M. Ollé, Ejection–Collision Orbits in Two Degrees of Freedom Problems in Celestial Mechanics, J. Nonlinear Science, 31:68, 1--33, 2021.