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Araujo
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(442) 19262-83, Ext: 319

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Actual Position:
President of Mexican Mathematical Society (2022-2024)

I did my undergraduate studies at the
Sciences Faculty at UNAM under the
supervision of my undergraduate thesis advisor Víctor Neumann-Lara. I obtained
my Ph. D. degree also at the Sciences Faculty
and Mathematics Institute at UNAM
My Ph. D. advisers were Luis Montejano. I was a Posdoc position at the
Politecnical University of Catalunia, Spain
and my posdoc adviser was Oriol Serra

** Research areas: **

Discrete Mathematics
Combinatorics
Graph Theory
Finite Geometry

I have been working at the Institute of Mathematics since 2000. I am SNI-II and PRIDE "D".
I participated very actively in the beginning of the project to create the Mathematics Unit,
Campus Juriquilla.

My area of specialization is Discrete Mathematics and Graph Theory, specifically my work
has been in finite geometries and graph theory, specifically on extreme graphs:
construction and study of Cages and Moore's Graphs and complete colorations in graphs.

I did my doctoral studies in Mexico and later did a post-doctorate in Barcelona with the
group of Graph Theory and Combinatorics of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia.
Currently I work with Mexican and many colleagues around the world, I have
collaborations on Spain, Slovakia, Italy, Belgium and Chile.

I have been responsible and participant in several research projects and I have taught
different courses since I started my work at the Mathematics Institute both in undergraduate
and postgraduate degrees at the Faculty of Sciences of the UNAM, I also taught at the Polytechnic
University of Catalonia during my postdoctoral stay. I have supervised eight undergraduate theses,
four master thesis, three doctoral theses and one post-doctorate. I have organized various national
and international congresses in my area.

On March 8, 2013, I received the “Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz” UNAM Recognition of Academic Merit,
and I have been a member of the Mexican Academy of Science since the same year.