I have extensive experience in translating in the fields of science, mathematical physics, history, economics and politics.
I have translated Carl Gauss' "Fundamental Theorem of Algebra";
a series of pedagogical exercises involving the work of such physicists as Gauss, Leibniz, Kepler, and Riemman; articles on Leibniz's calculus; and articles on Mexican history, international politics, and economics.
I studied English for six years in school in Mexico. In addition I spent three summers in the United States attending a summer camp and living with family friends when I was a child. Additionally I spent eight months with friends in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Los Angeles.
I have studied geological engineering at the Instituto Politecnico Nacional in Mexico city for two years.
I have worked as a simultaneus interpreter as many as forty occasions at conferences, webcasts, press conferences, and private meetings for visiting Americans.