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Héctor Daniel Martín

Héctor Daniel Martín

Héctor Martín has been a Mathematica user since 1995. All of his graduate studies are performed with the help of Mathematica.

He has taught workshops for the use of software and is currently developing workshops for the first three years of engineering at Universidad Tecnológica Nacional.

He has given many seminars with Mathematica software applications in engineering education in universities in Havana, Cuba (1996) and in 1995 at La Paz, Bolivia; León, Nicaragua; El Salvador; Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, México, Guatemala; and Caracas, Venezuela.

Héctor has had many publications in conferences and seminars, most of them with applications for Mathematica in teaching engineering materials.

In his current studies for a doctorate degree in engineering, Héctor performs a Mathematica program that solves “elegant closed” by applying a power series.

Martín was an engineering teaching assistant for mathematical analysis courses. During graduate studies he continued teaching the same subjects with the addition of algebra, analytic geometry, statistics, and elasticity and plasticity in the Facultad Regional Venado Tuerto de la UTN.

He is currently a full-time professor and researcher in mathematics at the Facultad Regional Reconquista (UTN) and is undertaking a PhD in engineering at Universidad Nacional del Sur.

In 2010, Héctor taught courses on the applications of power series in portals resolution at the University of Basilicata (Università degli Studi della Basilicata), Potenza, Italy.


Facultad Regional Reconquista de la Universidad Tecnológica Nacional (UTN), Santa Fe Province, Argentina


Construction Engineering, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional (UTN), Venado Tuerto, Argentina
Masters Degree in Engineering, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahía Blanca, Argentina


Spanish, some English and Italian


Travel (52 countries visited), playing guitar, singing in a choir, studying