Luis NúñezBetancourt 

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I
am a researcher at the Centre
for Mathematical Research (CIMAT) in Guanajuato,
Mexico. Before coming to CIMAT, I was a Whyburn Instructor
of Mathematics at the University
of Virginia, where I worked with Craig
Huneke. I obtained my PhD from the University
of Michigan under the direction of Mel
Hochster. Before going to Michigan, I was an
undergraduate at the joint program of the University of
Guanajuato and CIMAT. My research interests are in
commutative algebra and its connections to algebraic
geometry, and combinatorics. Sepecifically, I work on local
cohomology, Lyubeznik numbers, Dmodules, Fmodules,
Fthresholds, tight closure, CastelnuovoMumford regularity,
binomial edge ideals, and simbolic powers.


I organize with Herbert Kanarek CIMAT's Colloquium.  
I organize with Pedro Luis del
ángel and Abraham Martín del Campo the Commutative Algebra Seminar
at CIMAT. 