Daniel González has a degree in Mathematics and he is an Engineer in Computer Sciences. He earned a doctorate in Applied Mathematics studying initial value problems for the Newton method in Banach spaces. All his remarks were obtained at the University of La Rioja in Spain. González is a prolific author and researcher on top of the journals in the field of Numerical Analysis, focused principally on nonlinear, integral and differential equations using iterative processes. In addition, Daniel serves as an active reviewer in these journals. He is also interested in pedagogical processes to teach mathematics in higher education and currently heads a research group and several international projects.

Daniel González Sánchez
Escuela de Ciencias Físicas y Matemáticas, Universidad de Las Américas, Quito, Ecuador
Daniel González has a degree in Mathematics and he is an Engineer in Computer Sciences. He earned a doctorate in Applied Mathematics studying initial value problems for the Newton method in Banach spaces. All his remarks were obtained at the University of La Rioja in Spain. González is a prolific author and researcher on top of the journals in the field of Numerical Analysis, focused principally on nonlinear, integral and differential equations using iterative processes. In addition, Daniel serves as an active reviewer in these journals. He is also interested in pedagogical processes to teach mathematics in higher education and currently heads a research group and several international projects.

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