November, 2011
Applying for academic jobs for next year.

August, 2011
Visiting MIT by invitation of Ruben Rosales

July, 2011
Gave talk at ICNAAM 2011 in Chalkidiki, Greece

June 22, 2011
Invited to visit MIT for the next academic year

May 20, 2011
PRE paper with J. Neu was published

Dec 2, 2010
Gave a talk in the group's seminar on the Hanging Rod problem

Aug 13, 2010
Sent paper with Shaeffer to SIAM Review

Nov 10, 2009:
Started new position at UC3M, as a Juan de la Cierva resercher



I'm currently teacing a small Matlab course at MIT. The course is aimed at students with little or no prior experience programming and is very project-based.



I taught a part of the modeling course for graduate student in the Gregorio Millan Institute. Most of the students found probles similar to The Tallest Column, and solved them using a similar "program"

I was teaching Linear Algebra for Aerospace Engineering. This course is in English as are all the other courses in this program. I've been using Gil Strang's book: Introduction to Linear Algebra as the textbook. During the course I've also been giving the students a taste of programming in Matlab, though it's been really only a taste.

"distant" past

I've taught Numerical Analysis (undergrad), and Introduction to Matlab, and have been an instructor to some others: Calculus, Ordinary Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis (graduate), and Math "Laboratory". You can find more information about my past teaching in my old wiki.


I am currently co-advising (with Luis L. Bonilla) a graduate student, Mario Duran Camejo.