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mathematics professor

Vera Pawlowsky-Glahn, Spanish mathematics professor. Member of International Association Mathematics Geology (William Christian Krumbein medal 2006, Distinguished Lecturer award 2007, John Cedric Griffiths Teaching award 2008, president since 2008), Society Statistics and Operations Research, Royal Statistical Society.

Background

Pawlowsky-Glahn, Vera was born on September 25, 1951 in Barcelona, Spain. Daughter of Georgy Pawlowsky and Helga Glahn.

Education

Graduate, German School Sankt Albertus Magnus, Barcelona, Spain, 1970. Graduate in Mathematics, University Barcelona, Spain, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy, Free University Berlin, 1986.

Career

Associate professor Technology University Catalonia, Barcelona, 1986—2000. Full professor University Girona, Spain, since 2000.

Membership

Member of International Association Mathematics Geology (William Christian Krumbein medal 2006, Distinguished Lecturer award 2007, John Cedric Griffiths Teaching award 2008, president since 2008), Society Statistics and Operations Research, Royal Statistical Society.

Connections

Life partner Juan José Egozcue. 1 child Tania Monreal-Pawlowsky.

father:
Georgy Pawlowsky

mother:
Helga Glahn

child:
Tania Monreal-Pawlowsky Pawlowsky-Glahn