José Luis Aragón Vera (Mexico), Head of the Centre for Advanced Physics and Applied Technology at UNAM, has a doctorate in Materials from the Centre for Scientific Research and Higher Studies in Ensenada, Baja California. He is also an expert in mathematical crystallography and biomathematics. His work is oriented at technological development based on scientific investigation. Clara Grima (Spain), whose doctorate in Mathematics is from Seville University, a lecturer and public educator of Mathematical Sciences, is the author of ¡Que las matemáticas te acompañen!, a book that covers all kinds of examples of numbers being present in our daily lives, without that been obvious at first sight. They will talk to Carlo Daniel Aguilar about the presence of maths in everyday life.
Event for university students
With the support of the universities Anáhuac, Tec Milenio and Autónoma de Querétaro