Antón Castro
Professor (Full) in Department of Mathematics at Yachay Tech
Department of Mathematics
Contact Info

Ph. D. in Computer Science from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia. Canada (2004); title of the thesis: "Voronoi diagrams of semi-algebraic sets - Delaunay graphs of semi-algebraic sets". B. Sc. in Mathematics (major in Geometry) from CNAM Paris, France (1992). Alberta Ingenuity Fund Fellow at the University of Calgary. Tenured Associate Professor at the Technical University of Denmark from August 2006 until May 2017. Full Professor in Algebraic and Computational Geometry, School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences, Yachay Tech University, Ecuador. Delegate of the university in the Access Committee of the Yachay E.P. National Supercomputing Service.

Research Interests
Computational science
Applied mathematics
Professional Skills
Mathematical Modelling
Algebraic Geometry
Applied Geometry
Applied Topology
Computational Geometry
Medical imaging
Neural networks
Non-parametric statistics
Topological data structures
Algebraic Topology
Research Experience
Professor (Full)
Yachay Tech November 2018 - Present
Full Professor in Algebraic and Computational Geometry
Associate Professor
Yachay Tech June 2017 - October 2018
Coordinator of the Department of Computer Science, School of Mathematical Sciences and Information Technology
Tenured Associate Professor
Technical University of Denmark August 2006 - June 2017
Visiting Full Professor
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia May 2013 - August 2013
Adjunct Professor
University of New Brunswick September 2005 - August 2008
Université de Moncton January 2006 - May 2006
Teaching databases and software engineering
Alberta Ingenuity Fund Post-Doctoral Fellow
The University of Calgary January 2004 - July 2005
Ph.D. student, Research Assistant, Teaching Assistant
University of British Columbia - Vancouver September 1998 - December 2003
Ph.d. Thesis "Voronoi diagrams of semi-algebraic sets - Delaunay graphs of semi-algebraic sets"
Laval University January 1993 - August 1998
Researcher on computational Geometry applied to GIS, Photogrammetry and Forestry.
University of British Columbia - Vancouver
1998 - 2004
Computer Science
Laval University
1993 - 1994
Geodetic sciences
Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers
1987 - 1992
Laval University
1989 - 1990
Urban and Regional Planning
Recent developments on generalised Voronoi diagram
Kyiv, Ukraine Sep 2018
International Conference on Analytic Number Theory
Sep 2006
American Mathematical Society
Patent number: 8712742
Abstract: The present invention proposes methods, devices and computer program products. To this extent, there is defined a set X including N distinct parameter values x_i for at least one input parameter x, N being an integer greater than or equal to 1, first measured the physical quantity Pm1 for each of the N distinct parameter values x_i of the at least one input parameter x, while keeping all other input parameters fixed, constructed a Vandermonde matrix VM using the set of N parameter values x_i of the at least one input parameter x, and computed the model W for emulating the physical quantity P based on the Vandermonde matrix and the first measured physical quantity according to the equation W=(VMT*VM)?1*VMT*Pm1. The model is iteratively refined so as to obtained a desired emulation precision. The model can later be used to emulate the physical quantity based on input parameters or logs taken from the field and thereby support device design optimization.
Type: Grant
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