Tomás Garza has been a knowledgeable and active user of Mathematica for many years, using the Wolfram Language for problem solving and teaching since 1993. He is a published author of numerous Wolfram Demonstrations and has been featured as a presenter at Wolfram webinars and events.
Tomás has held various teaching positions with the National University of Mexico and other Mexican institutions of higher learning, mainly in the fields of probability theory and statistics. He is presently retired and holds an advisory position at Dirección General de Cómputo y de Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (DGTIC – UNAM). He is the developer of interactive resources for teaching geometry at the high-school level and an educational consultant for Wolfram Language activities for students and other users, both within the university community and outside it.
Dirección General de Cómputo y de Tecnologías de Información y Comunicación, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Graduate in Actuarial Science, UNAM
MS in Statistics, Cornell University
PhD in Operational Research, University of London LSE
Reading the classics over and over again, listening to music, reading good literature, filling gaps in my mathematical education, enjoying my garden, meeting with old and new friends