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Physics and mathematics educator

Luis Lopez Bonilla, Spanish physics and mathematics educator. Fulbright scholar, Stanford, 1983-1985. Member Society Industrial and Applied Mathematics, American Physical Society, American Mathematics Society, European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry, New York Academy of Sciences, Venice Institute Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

Background

Bonilla, Luis Lopez was born on December 27, 1956 in Melilla, Spain. Son of Luis López Ruiz and María Bonilla Ortega.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, University Autónoma, Madrid, 1978. Doctor of Philosophy, University National de Education a Distancia, Madrid, 1981.

Career

Teaching assistant University National de Education a Distancia, Madrid, 1979-1982. Postdoctoral fellow mathematics Stanford (California) University, 1982-1985. Postdoctoral fellow physics University Sevilla (Spain), 1985-1986, associate professor, 1987-1990.

Associate professor physics University Barcelona (Spain), 1990-1992. Professor applied mathematics University Carlos III, Madrid, since 1992. Visiting assistant professor mathematics University California, Irvine, 1986.

Visiting associate professor mathematics Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1988-1989.

Membership

Member Society Industrial and Applied Mathematics, American Physical Society, American Mathematics Society, European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry, New York Academy of Sciences, Venice Institute Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

Connections

father:
Luis López Ruiz

mother:
María Bonilla Ortega