Román Rodríguez Aguilar

Universidad Anáhuac

Prof. Rodriguez is a professor in the School of Engineering at Anahuac University. Roman Rodriguez completed his Ph.D. at School of Economics at National Polytechnic Institute a Master's degree in Engineering from the School of Engineering at the National University of Mexico (UNAM), a master's degree in Administration and Public Policy in the School of Government and Public Policy at Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education and his undergraduate studies in Economics at the National University of Mexico.
Prior to joining to Anahuac University, he has worked as a specialist in statistics, simulation, finance and optimization, occupying different management positions in various public entities such as the Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Finance, and Ministry of Health. At the Ministry of Energy, he served as the General Director of Analysis and Monitoring of the Electricity Market, developing market practice manuals for the operation of the Wholesale Electricity Market, establishing the market monitor and defining short and long-term auctions.
His research is focused in large-scale mathematical optimization, evolutionary computation, statistical modeling, mathematical finance, competition and market regulation. He has multiple publications in peer-reviewed journals of high impact and he has given conferences, courses and workshops internationally.