Eugenio Roanes-Lozano Personal Page


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Depto. de Didactica de las Ciencias Experimentales, Sociales y Matematicas

Facultad de Educacion, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

c/ Rector Royo Villanova s/n, E-28040-Madrid, Spain


·         Born Badajoz (SW Spain) in 1962. Son of Eugenio (also a mathematician) and Maria del Pilar.

·         Married Carmen Solano (university arts teacher) in 2005. One son, Pablo (born in 2006)



·         Third award in the "Premio Holanda 1981" (Phillips Young Researchers Award) with a theoretical project of an alternative to classic railway block-systems (with mobile variable-length sections).

·         Ms.Sc. (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), 1984.

·         Ph.D. in Mathematics (Universidad de Sevilla), 1991. Advisor: Eugenio Roanes-Macias.

·         Ph.D. in Computer Science (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), 1993. Co-advisors: Manuel Abellanas and Eugenio Roanes Macias.

·         Associate Professor.  (Habil. as Full Professor).



·         The main research line is the application of computer algebra and dynamic geometry to artificial intelligence, transportation engineering and education.

·         Co-advisor of three Ph.D. thesis in computer science and two thesis in pedagogy (about the use of ITC in mathematics teaching).



·         Researcher, advisor or main researcher at projects granted by the Universidad Complutense, different Spanish ministries (DGICYT, DGES, FIS, TIC, MTM...) and a European project (TARSKI).

·         Main researcher of a research project for AERTEC S.L. for the Spanish airport authority (AENA)-Malaga airport.

·         Main researcher of a research project for the Extremadura Regional Government about the introduction of computer algebra systems in secondary education.

·         Main researcher of a research project for the Spanish Railway Foundation (Fundación de los FFCC Españoles).



·         E. Roanes-Macias and E. Roanes-Lozano: Nuevas Tecnologias en Geometria. Ed. Complutense, 1994.

·         E. Roanes-Macias and E. Roanes-Lozano: Calculos Matematicos por Ordenador con Maple V.5. . Ed. Rubiños-1860 S.A., 1999.

·         M. de Guzmán, E. Roanes-Lozano, P. Ortega and J.P. Garbayo: International Simposium. Mathematics and new technologies: what to learn, how to teach. Facultad de CC. Matemáticas de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid - Fundación Ramón Areces, 2004 (CD-ROM)

·         L.M. Laita, L. de Ledesma and E. Roanes-Lozano: The Genesis of Boole's Logic: Its History and a Computer Exploration. Spanish Royal Academy of Sciences, Serie de Ciencias Exactas XXXIII, 2005.



·         General Chairman of AISC'2000 (Artificial Intelligence and Symbolic Computation), Madrid. The proceedings of this conference have been published by Springer-Verlag in its LNAI series as #1930. See for details.

·         General Chairman of IMACS-ACA (Applications of Computer Algebra) 1999, Euroforum El Escorial.

·         Session organizer at the Spanish conference on Maths Education with Technology TEMU 1995.

·         Session organizer at several IMACS-ACA since 1996 ("Non-Standard Applications" session).

·         Chairman of the ACA-Working Group.





·         Mathematics and Computers in Simulation. Non-Standard Applications of Computer Algebra. Edited by E. Roanes-Lozano, S. Steinberg, H. Hong. Volume 45, Issues 1-2, 1998.

·         Mathematics and Computers in Simulation. Selected papers from the IMACS-ACA. Edited by S. Steinberg, E. Roanes-Lozano Volume 51, Issue 5, 2000.

·         Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence. Artificial Intelligence and Symbolic Computation. Edited by J. Calmet and E. Roanes-Lozano. Volume 36, No. 3, 2002.

·         Mathematics and Computers in Simulation. Applications of Computer Algebra in Science, Engineering Simulation and Special Software. Edited by M. Wester, E.A. Arnold, P. Gianni, I.S. Kotsireas, E. Roanes-Lozano and S. Steinberg. Volume 67, Issues 1-2, 2004.

·         Mathematics and Computers in Simulation. Nonstandard Applications of Computer Algebra. Edited by E. Roanes-Lozano. M. Wester, S. Steinberg, Volume 79, Issue 8, 2009.




·         Formerly at the School of Statistics (teaching Linear Algebra) and the E.U. Pablo Montesino of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

·         Currently at the School of Education and at the School of Mathematics of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid

·         See the web page (in Spanish) for details about current teaching.



·         Member of the staff of the "Mathematics Teachers Society Puig Adam"

·         Member of the "Real Sociedad Matematica Espa~nola".

·         Member of the "IMACS Society".

·         Member of the Editorial Board of the "Revista Chilena de Educacion Cientifica"

·         Member of the Editorial Board of the journal "The Open Applied Mathematics Journal" (journal discontinued) http://

·         Member of the Editorial Board of the journal "Mathematics and Computers in Simulation" (in SCI-JCR)

·         Member of the Editorial Board of the journal "The Scientific World Journal" (up to 2016)

·         Member of the Editorial Board of the journal "Mathematical Problems in Engineering"(from 2016)



·         Developer of packages included in Maple (Turtle Graphics), Macsyma and Derive (modal multivalued logics).

·         Developer of the connection between "The Geometer's Sketchpad" v.3 and v.4 and Derive and Maple "paramGeo".

·         Was one of the "Maple ambassadors" for Spain.

·         Derive "alfa-tester" and "beta-tester" and "Derive-consultant".

·         Beta-tester of the Dynamic Geometry System "The Geometer's Sketchpad".



·         At Spanish universities: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Universidad de Cantabria, Universidad de Alcalá, Universidad de Zaragoza, Universidad de Extremadura, Universidad de Sevilla.

·         At universities abroad: Politecnico di Torino (Italy), The University of Georgia (USA), Universidad Metropolitana de CC. de la Educación (Chile).

·         Others: for Addlink Software Científico, Colegio de Doctores y Licenciados and different ICEs, CEPs, CPRs and CAPs (high school teachers centers).

·         "Keynote speaker" at ICTMT-5 (The Fifth International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Teaching), Klagenfurt, Austria, 2001.

·         "Banquet speaker" at ACA'2003 (Applications of Computer Algebra), Raleigh, NC, USA.

·         "Keynote speaker" at TIME-2004 (Technology and its Integration in Mathematics Education), Montreal, Canada.

·         "Keynote speaker" at TIME-2010 (Technology and its Integration in Mathematics Education), Málaga, Spain.

·         "Keynote speaker" at ACA’2013 (Applications of Computer Algebra), Málaga, Spain.

·         "Keynote speaker" at ESCO’2016 (European Seminar on Computing), Pilsen, Czech Republic.






With the late Luis M. Laita in 2003 in the Spanish Ph.D. “uniform”

(explanation: blue for sciences, brown for engineering, including computer science;

the hood and sleeves corresponds to the Ms., the hat to the Ph.D.

 --Luis Laita's sleeves are therefore not correct)


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