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Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain
April 24, 2016

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Master’s Degree in Mathematics (specialty: Statistics). Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 1994- 1998.

Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 1987-1990). It’s composed of three years.

The final work of this Degree: “Statistical Study about child Spanish population operated on adenoids”

(September 1990)


“Oracle DDBB Administrator” at the Centro de Formación en Tecnologías Madrid Sur imparted by Oracle staff. (90 hours). The course was divided in three modules of 30 hours ea; the first one about SQL language (user level) and the others, DBA I y DBA II. Madrid, February-March 2008.

“Data Bases in-depth study: design and SQL language” at E.U. de Informática (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid October - December 2002 (200 hours)).

“Unix and programming in C and C++” at E.T.S.I. de Telecomunicación (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid June - October 2002 (300 hours)

In 1999-2000, I signed on the doctorate of Mathematical Sciences in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in the specialty of Statistics and Operational Research. I only did three credits of the subject:

“Ajuste no paramétrico de nubes de puntos” Sobresaliente

(Non-parametric fit of scatter plot)

First course (32 credits of 48) in the doctorate: Mathematical Engineering, two-year period 1998 - 2000, of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, in the specialty of Statistical Sciences and Techniques. While I was studying Statistics (Mathematics), I also did two (of the seven subjects) of the specialty of Operational Research:

“Programación en ordenadores y Simulación” Aprobado

(Computer Programming and Simulation)

“Métodos de programación matemática” Notable

(Mathematical Programming Methods)

“Expertise on Statistical Methodology of Industrial Quality” Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid October - December 1990. (250 hours)


Programming languages: FORTRAN 90 (Level: advanced user), C, C++. Statistical Packages: STATGRAPHICS, QSB, BMDP, SPSS, S-Plus. (Level: Expertise). With STATGRAPHICS y BMDP, I carried out a fair amount of introductory tasks; however I’ve worked with SPSS mainly, because SPSS was a subject in the Bachelor's Degree as well as I did the final work of this Degree using it. I’ve used SPSS in jobs and studies I’ve carried out as a freelance, using this statistical package exclusively or sometimes as the first step before programming. I’ve also worked with S-Plus for two years.

Others: MATHEMATICA and MATLAB. (Level: user)

Windows: MSOFFICE. (Level: user)


English: Two courses at Escuela Oficial de Idiomas. Madrid. 1984, 1985. WORK EXPERIENCE:

I’ve been self employed until March 2007.

March 2000 - December 2001: Fundación Agustín de Bethencourt took me of as Statistical Researcher. My workplace was the Centro de Estudios de Puertos y Costas (Center of Studies on Harbors and Shores) (of CEDEX) of the Ministerio de Fomento (Public Works Department). Simultaneously, since 1990, I’ve carried out a quite a lot of case studies in Sampling and Statistics in Medicine. For example: “Sample for Spanish population with arterial hypertension” or “Effect of Levodope in chronic treatment of Parkinson’s disease”, as well as study about a drug (including placebo) for a pharmaceutical company.

Teacher: “Statistics: an Introduction”, “Theoretic and Business Statistics” and “Operative Methods and Models of Business Management” to students of the following Master’s Degree: in Economics, in Business Studies and in Business Administration and Management in several academies. (1991- 2002).

Teacher: “Algebra” and “Differential Calculus and Integral Calculus” in an academy for students of Architecture. (1992-1995)


Report for the Centro de Estudios y Experimentación de Obras Públicas (CEDEX): March-December 2000: “Estado del arte sobre la estadística de extremos uni y p-dimensionales”

(State-of-the-Art about Statistics of uni and p-dimensional extremes)

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