Antonio Hernández-Garduño is a research mathematician and teacher, mostly focused on geometric methods in mechanics and math education. He has been a mathematics professor at UNAM, ITESM, UAM-I and ITAM, all academic institutions in Mexico. In these positions, he has taught various math courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, several with the use of Mathematica. He is currently a technology consultant with Global Computing (Mexico), where he enjoys exploring the intersection of computer science and mathematics education and research, as well as business opportunities based on the usage of the Wolfram Language. Antonio is a longtime user of the Wolfram Language, having published in The Mathematica Journal and been a presenter at the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Global Computing SA de CV, México
BS in Physics, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
PhD in Mathematics, California Institute of Technology
Spanish, English, some German and Russian
Playing the violin, swimming and blitz chess