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Cornell University
Ph.D. in Mathematics, August 2017

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
B.Sc. in Mathematics, December 2011


Eleanor York Award – Awarded by the Department of Mathematics, Cornell University for academic achievement, 2014
Gabino Barreda Medal – For academic merit, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2013
Sotero Prieto Medal – Awarded by Sociedad Matemática Mexicana to the best undergraduate thesis in 2012
Academic Excellence Prize – I received this prize (Beca de Excelencia Académica) three years in a row in 2008, 2009 and 2010 from the Mexican Department of Education (SEP)


Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow – 2017 to present
Campus France PRESTIGE Fellow – 2017 to present
Conacyt Fellow – 2013-2017
Cornell Graduate School Fellow – 2015-2017
Beca Complemento DGRI-SEP – 2013-2015
Cornell Sage Fellowship – 2012-2013
Conacyt Fellow (tesista) – 2010-2011
Fundación Telmex Fellow – 2008-2011


[1] “Strong topological invariance of the monodromy group at infinity for quadratic vector fields”. J. Singul. 9 (2014), 193-202.
doi: 10.5427/jsing.2014.9n. (pdf)

[2] “The utmost rigidity property for quadratic foliations on $\mathbb{P}^2$ with an invariant line”. Bol. Soc. Mat. Mex. 23 (2017), no.2, 759-813.
doi: 10.1007/s40590-016-0127-5. (pdf)

[3] “An example of a non-algebraizable singularity of a holomorphic foliation”. Enseign. Math. 62 (2016), 7-14.
doi: 10.4171/LEM/62-1/2-3. (pdf)

[4] “Twin vector fields and independence of spectra for quadratic vector fields”. J. Dynam. Control Syst. 23 (2017), 623-633.
doi: 10.1007/s10883-016-9344-5. (pdf)


[a] “The Woods Hole trace formula and indices for vector fields and foliations on $\mathbb{C}^2$”.
arXiv: 1608.05321.

[b] “Spectra of quadratic vector fields on $\mathbb{C}^2$: The missing relation”.
arXiv: 1705.06340.

[c] “On the multipliers of fixed points of self-maps of the projective plane”.
arXiv: 1902.04433.

Ph.D. Thesis

“Quadratic vector fields on the complex plane: rigidity and analytic invariants”. Dissertation, Cornell University (2017).
doi: 10.7298/X48913Z1.

Additional material

The computations needed in some of the above papers are hosted in my GitHub page: