Dr. Fernando Brambila Paz

Educational Innovation

Fernando Brambila Paz graduated from the Faculty of Science of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He obtained his master's degree in Mathematical Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a doctorate at the UNAM on Quantum Mechanics, and completed a postdoctoral degree at the International Center for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy. Brambila Paz has a specialty in Senior Management in Technological Innovation from the Pan American Institute of Senior Business Management (IPADE). His research areas are Technological Innovation for Education, Tomography, Fractals, and Analysis.

He has extensive teaching experience in both public and private institutions. He has been a professor at the Faculty of Sciences of the UNAM for more than 30 years. Besides, since 2010, he is the president of the AMITE, Mexican Association for Innovation in Educational Technology, A.C.

He has participated in multiple evaluation Councils and Committees such as the Information and Communication Technologies Advisory Council of the Government of Mexico City, the ENLACE-SEP Advisory Council, the Scholarship Committee of the National Council of Science and Technology (CONACyT), the University Council and the Honor Commission of the University Court, the University Council for the Teaching of Mathematics, in addition to being an advisor to the World Bank for the Evaluation of the "Program for Science in Mexico", among others.

His accolades include the Gabino Barreda Medal, the National University Award distinction in his category of teaching in Exact Sciences, and the Sotero Prieto Chair award.  He has also held positions in the National Council of Science and Technology, and the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He was president of the Mexican Mathematical Society.