Eugenio Roanes-Lozano Personal Page


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Phone: (+34) 91 394 62 48

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Dept. Algebra, 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. Full Professor).



·         The main research line is the application of computer algebra, specially in artificial intelligence (applications have been developed in logic, RBES knowledge extraction and verification, transportation engineering, medicine, pharmacy, architecture, automatic theorem proving and mathematics education).

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



·         Main researcher of the research group ACEIA (Algebra Computacional en Inteligencia Artificial), founded by the retired Professor of the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid and academician of the Royal Academy of Sciences Luis M. Laita.

·         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 of the "Unidad Docente de Algebra" for details: (in Spanish)



·         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".

·         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 Luis Laita (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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