**Froilán Martínez Dopico**

Catedrático de Universidad

Área de Matemática Aplicada

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Departamento de Matemáticas

Avenida de la Universidad, 30

28911, Leganés, Madrid, Spain.

Teléfono: +34 91 624 9446

FAX: +34 91 624 9129

Despacho: 2.2.D.25 (Edificio Sabatini)

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I collaborate in the editorial work of several leading journals in Linear Algebra and Numerical Analysis (see Editorial Work).

Relevant services in my institution include:

Biographical sketch: I got an undergraduate degree in "Theoretical Physics" from Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 1987 and a PhD in the PhD Program of "Atomic, Molecular, and Nuclear Physics" also from Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 1992. The title of my PhD dissertation was "Numerical Methods for Fokker-Planck Equations", supervised by Prof. Mario Soler. I joined the Department of Mathematics of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in 1991, where I have been "Teaching Assistant", "Assistant Professor", "Associate Professor", and "Full Professor" since 2009.

(A summary of the information contained is this web-page can be found at my page at the Department of Mathematics of Universidad Carlos III)

**Professor of Applied Mathematics at the Department of Mathematics of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid**.

My present research interests are Numerical Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory. In particular, the development and analysis of accurate and efficient algorithms for structured matrices, matrix perturbation theory related to these algorithms and other structured problems, polynomial and rational matrices and their linearizations, polynomial and rational eigenvalue problems, theory and algorithms for matrix equations, and different matrix inverse problems. In the past, I did research on Computational Physics. More information on the problems that I have studied can be found in the papers listed in my Scientific Publications.

My present research interests are Numerical Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory. In particular, the development and analysis of accurate and efficient algorithms for structured matrices, matrix perturbation theory related to these algorithms and other structured problems, polynomial and rational matrices and their linearizations, polynomial and rational eigenvalue problems, theory and algorithms for matrix equations, and different matrix inverse problems. In the past, I did research on Computational Physics. More information on the problems that I have studied can be found in the papers listed in my Scientific Publications.

I collaborate in the editorial work of several leading journals in Linear Algebra and Numerical Analysis (see Editorial Work).

Relevant services in my institution include:

- Since September-2010 to September-2011, I served at Universidad Carlos III as Director of the Master in Mathematical Engineering and Director of the PhD Program in Mathematical Engineering.

- Since November 2013 until February 2018, I served as Vice Chair of the Department of Mathematics of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.

- Since January 2014 until January 2018, I served in the SIAM Gene Golub SIAM Summer School Committee.

- Since March 2014 until March 2017, I served as member of the Board of Directors of the International Linear Algebra Society.

- Since March 2017, I am serving as member of the Journals Committee of the International Linear Algebra Society.

Biographical sketch: I got an undergraduate degree in "Theoretical Physics" from Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 1987 and a PhD in the PhD Program of "Atomic, Molecular, and Nuclear Physics" also from Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 1992. The title of my PhD dissertation was "Numerical Methods for Fokker-Planck Equations", supervised by Prof. Mario Soler. I joined the Department of Mathematics of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in 1991, where I have been "Teaching Assistant", "Assistant Professor", "Associate Professor", and "Full Professor" since 2009.

(A summary of the information contained is this web-page can be found at my page at the Department of Mathematics of Universidad Carlos III)