Fabián Romero began using Mathematica in 1996 as a student and then as a teacher of multivariable calculus. His mentors Norma Cravanzola, María Elena Trumbich and Paulo Porta taught him calculus, computing and numerical calculus using Mathematica, respectively.
As a graduate student at the University of Buenos Aires, Romero was a member of the Faculty of Engineering and promoted the use of Mathematica as a tool for enhancing techniques to solve problems. He holds the position Assistant of Multivariable Calculus (Análisis Matemático 2) at the Haedo campus of the National Technological University, where he regularly uses Mathematica and Wolfram Language in his teaching.
Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Facultad Regional Haedo, Argentina
Masters in Engineering Mathematics, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Spanish, English, some French
Cooking, visiting family, enjoying leisure time with pet cats and studying