I finished my master degree in 1991 at the Faculty of Physics of Moscow State University "M. V. Lomonosov". In my thesis research

I numerically studied interactions between topological defects in crystals. Then I went to work as a researcher at the Institute of Meteorology

of Cuba, where I got involved with analytical and statistical studies of atmospheric dynamical systems, besides the usual amount of numerical

modeling. From 1998 to 2001 I completed my Ph.D. studies in the Department of Physics of the Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios

Avanzados (CINVESTAV) in Mexico City. I decided to work in the fascinating field of cosmology and I tackled the problem of sketching

the inflaton potential using the data of the cosmic microwave background radiation. Then I spent some time as a postdoctoral and visiting

researcher at the Theoretical Physics Department of the Instituto de Física at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM),

the Theoretical Division at CERN, the Department of Physics at (CINVESTAV), the Departamento de Física Teórica of the Instituto de Física

at the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), and the Maestría en Dinámica no Lineal y Sistemas Complejos (MDNLySC)

at the Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México (UACM). Along with cosmology I am also attracted by String Theory (particularly

by the gauge/gravity correspondence) and by the mathematical foundations of dynamical systems as well as their applications to another fields

of research. More recently I got involved on the study of complex systems using agent-based models.

I have also some experience teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels. Right now I have teaching duties as professor of

the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Colima.

I numerically studied interactions between topological defects in crystals. Then I went to work as a researcher at the Institute of Meteorology

of Cuba, where I got involved with analytical and statistical studies of atmospheric dynamical systems, besides the usual amount of numerical

modeling. From 1998 to 2001 I completed my Ph.D. studies in the Department of Physics of the Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios

Avanzados (CINVESTAV) in Mexico City. I decided to work in the fascinating field of cosmology and I tackled the problem of sketching

the inflaton potential using the data of the cosmic microwave background radiation. Then I spent some time as a postdoctoral and visiting

researcher at the Theoretical Physics Department of the Instituto de Física at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM),

the Theoretical Division at CERN, the Department of Physics at (CINVESTAV), the Departamento de Física Teórica of the Instituto de Física

at the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), and the Maestría en Dinámica no Lineal y Sistemas Complejos (MDNLySC)

at the Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México (UACM). Along with cosmology I am also attracted by String Theory (particularly

by the gauge/gravity correspondence) and by the mathematical foundations of dynamical systems as well as their applications to another fields

of research. More recently I got involved on the study of complex systems using agent-based models.

I have also some experience teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels. Right now I have teaching duties as professor of

the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Colima.

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