Marina Logares

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Marina Logares Jiménez (born 1976, Madrid) is a Spanish mathematician and LGBT+ activist. She was named one of the 50 most influential LGBT+ people in Spain in 2019.

Career

Logares was awarded her PhD in Mathematics in 2006 from the Autonomous University of Madrid.[1][2] She later worked at the Max Planck Institute in Bonn, the University of Oxford, the University of Porto and the University of Plymouth.[1][2][3] She is currently a visiting professor at the Complutense University of Madrid.[2] Logares studies within the field of geometry. Her areas of interest in research focus on algebraic and complex geometry and mathematical physics. She particularly studies Yang–Mills equations, and their derivatives, Hitchin equations.[4]

In 2018 she published the book Las geometrías y otras revoluciones (Geometry and other revolutions),[5] which describes the history of the field of geometry.[3]

Activism

Logares stands out for her social commitment, especially her role in the fight for the rights of the LGBT community and its inclusiveness in science. She identifies as a lesbian.[6][3] At the university of Plymouth, Logares was the co-chair of the LGBT co-forum.[3][7] In 2019 she was included in a list of the 50 most influential LGBT people in Spain by newspaper El Mundo.[7][8] In 2020 she was the keynote speaker the LGBT STEMinar in Birmingham, UK.[9]

Personal

Logares is a 2nd degree black belt in Taekwondo.[1][3]

Articles

Some of her publications are:

  • Paper 'Moduli Spaces of Framed G–Higgs Bundles and Symplectic Geometry'. With Ana Peón Nieto. July 2019.[10]
  • Paper 'On Higgs Bundles on Nodal Curves'. March 2019.[10]
  • Book 'Las matemáticas y otras revoluciones'. Colección ¿Qué sabemos de? del CSIC y Catarata, 2018.[11]
  • Paper 'A lax monoidal Topological Quantum Field Theory for representation varieties'. With Ángel González-Prieto. September 2017.[10]
  • Paper 'Bohr--Sommerfeld Lagrangians of moduli spaces of Higgs bundles'. With Indranil Biswas and Niels Leth Gammelgaard. September 2014.[10]
  • Hodge-Deligne polynomials of SL(2,C)-character varieties for curves of small genus'. With Vicente Muñoz y Peter E. Newstead. June 2011.[10]
  • Artículo 'A Torelli theorem for the moduli space of parabolic Higgs bundles'. Con Tomás L. Gómez. Mayo 2009.[10]
  • Thesis 'Parabolic U(p;q)Higgs bundles'. May 2006.[10]

References

  1. ^ a b c Científicas, SINC Servicio de Información y Noticias (2019-06-29). "La ciencia inclusiva no se hace sola, hay que trabajársela". www.agenciasinc.es (in Spanish). Retrieved 2020-01-11.
  2. ^ a b c "Marina Logares Jiménez". www.ucm.es. Retrieved 2020-01-11.
  3. ^ a b c d e Ansede, Manuel (2019-05-29). "Las lesbianas somos invisibles". El País (in Spanish). ISSN 1134-6582. Retrieved 2020-01-11.
  4. ^ "Marina Logares |  ". www.icmat.es. Retrieved 2020-01-11.
  5. ^ "La matemática Marina Logares publica". El Periódico de Aquí (in Spanish). Retrieved 2020-01-11.
  6. ^ brilla, Gente que (2019-07-31). "Marina Logares, matemática y activista por los derechos LGTBI". Gente que brilla (in Spanish). Retrieved 2020-01-11.
  7. ^ a b "Academic in top 50 most influential LGBT people – Blog for Mathematical Sciences at Plymouth University". Retrieved 2020-01-11.
  8. ^ "Marina Logares". ELMUNDO (in Spanish). 2019-06-21. Retrieved 2020-01-11.
  9. ^ "LGBTQ+ STEMinar 2020". LGBTQ+ STEM. 2019-04-14. Retrieved 2020-01-11.
  10. ^ a b c d e f g "Marina Logares | PhD Mathematics | University of Plymouth, Plymouth | UoP | School of Computing Electronics and Mathematics". ResearchGate. Retrieved 13 September 2019.
  11. ^ Logares, Marina (2018). CSIC (ed.). Las geometrías y otras revoluciones. ISBN 9788490975558. OCLC 1082518053. Retrieved 13 September 2019.

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