En la vida hay que evitar tres figuras geométricas; los círculos viciosos, los triángulos amorosos y las mentes cuadradas
María Antonia Navascués Sanagustín
Departamento de Matemática Aplicada
Escuela de Ingeniería y Arquitectura
C/ María de Luna 3
E-mail manavas unizar.es
Secretaria de la Real Sociedad Matemática Española
Graduate and Doctorate in Mathematics by Universidad de Zaragoza.
Head of the research group Métodos Fractales de Cuantificación, with official appointment of Gobierno de Aragón (España), 2015.
Member of the Editorial Board of nine international publications:
German Journal on Advanced Mathematical Sciences,
International Journal of the Latest Trends in Mathematics,
Current Advances in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics,
International Journal of Advanced Mathematical Sciences,
Journal of Applied and Computational Mathematics,
Archimedes Journal of Mathematics,
Antarctica Journal of Mathematics,
Journal of the Orissa Mathematical Society
Associate Editor of the Australian Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications (formerly)
Reviewer of the American Mathematical Society.
Articles indexed in MathSciNet of the AMS: 46
Papers in other databases and chapters of books: 20
Published communications to national and international conferences: 50
The article “Fractal bases of Lp spaces” was in the list of Most Read Papers of the journal Fractals during the whole year 2013.
Recent stays as Visiting Professor: Australian National University (Canberra, Australia), Vanderbilt University (Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
Occasional referee of dozens of publications in Mathematics, Engineering and Physics.
Co-author of a book on Calculus of One and Several Variables with Computer Practices (in Spanish).
Participation in several International Conferences taking part in the Organizer as well as the Scientific Committee.
International examiner of the phD candidates: Robert Scealy (Australian National University), S. Minirani (National Institute of Technology, Calicut, India).
Guest Editor of a Special Issue on Fractal Theory and Applications published in July 2014. Now Guest Editor of a Special Issue on Discrete Mathematics and Applications.
The areas of expertise are in the fields of Fractals, Interpolation, Approximation and Computational Mathematics.
From the experimental point of view the current interests are the quantification of electroencephalograms and its applications to the study of the attention/concentration, and the numerical analysis of the stock markets.