Francisco Botana

Address

Dr. Francisco Botana, Department of Applied Mathematics I, Escola de Enxeñería Forestal, University of Vigo at Pontevedra, Campus A Xunqueira, 36005 Pontevedra, Spain
Office: 2-20 Phone: +34 986801931 Fax: +34 986801907

Events

ADG 2014, CADGME 2014 WG, AISC 2014, Thedu'14, II Congreso de Software Libre para Educación, Thedu'13, Nonstandard@ACA19, ACA 2013, ADG 2012, III Jornada Sage/Python, Nonstandard@ACA18, ACA 2012, GCR'12, Nonstandard@ACA17, ACA 2011, Thedu'11, SCDG 2011, GCR'11, I2GEO 2010, CADGME 2010, ADG 2010, GCR'10, Ciencia que conta, RSME 2009, GCR09, ADG 2008, Intergeoi2g, GCR08, Workshop Intergeo-España, Reunión de Traballo ADG Talks   (videos 1 2 only accessible from uvigo.es), ADG 2006

Editorial involvements

Guest Editor (with A. Hernando, E. Roanes, M.J. Wester) of the Special Issue “Non Standard Applications of Computer Algebra 2013” in Elsevier's Mathematics and Computers in Simulation

Editor of Automated Deduction in Geometry, 10th International Workshop, Revised Papers, LNAI, Springer (2015) (coedited with P. Quaresma) cfp

Editor of Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Automated Deduction in Geometry (ADG 2014) (coedited with P. Quaresma)

Guest Editor of the Special Issue "Symbolic computation with Sage in mathematical education and research" in Tbilisi Mathematical Journal 5(2) 2012 Foreword

Guest Editor (with A. Hernando, E. Roanes, M.J. Wester) of the Special Issue “Non Standard Applications of Computer Algebra 2012” in Elsevier's Mathematics and Computers in Simulation

Guest Editor (with A. Hernando) of the Special Issue “Non Standard Applications of Computer Algebra 2011” in Mathematics and Computers in Simulation Foreword

Editor of Automated Deduction in Geometry, 6th International Workshop, Revised Papers, LNAI 4869, Springer (2007) (coedited with T. Recio) (front-matter) (books@google)

Editor of Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Automated Deduction in Geometry (ADG 2006) ISBN 978-84-611-2355-1 (coedited with E. Roanes)

(Nota para lectores hispanos: Como el personaje Tertuliano Máximo Afonso de Saramago he descubierto una suerte de Doppelgänger – a quien no he visto, por fortuna-, que ha escrito un anecdotario de la Guardia Civil. Ninguna relación).

Teaching

Research Interests

    Automated reasoning in geometry
    Dynamic geometry environments
    Internet accessible mathematical computation
    Machine learning

I'm currently involved in a Research Project

Selected Publications and Invited Talks