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I am a postdoctoral fellow at the Weizmann Institute of Science.
My hosts here are Avraham Aizenbud and Dmitry Gourevitch.

Until March 2017 I was an Iberoamerican Visiting Researcher at IMPA. My host was Henrique Bursztyn.

My PhD thesis "Generalized geometry of type Bn" was supervised by Nigel Hitchin at the Mathematical Institute, Oxford University.
I was granted the leave to supplicate in January 2015.

Since January 2014, I am a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy, after completing the TFP Programme of the Oxford Learning Institute.

I earned my first PhD in 2012, by the University Autónoma of Madrid. My PhD thesis "Higgs bundles and Hermitian symmetric spaces'' was supervised by Óscar García-Prada at the ICMAT.

Between 2006 and 2010 I held a scholarship in the Residencia de Estudiantes, Madrid.
Before that, I did my undergraduate at the University of Valencia, city where I was born.

Thirty-five years ago, when I arrived at Indiana University, a senior faculty member took me aside and gave me some advice. "Ewing," he said, "here are five things you ought to do in the next few years if you want to be a mathematician." Publish sensibly, discover constantly, travel extensively, talk widely, teach passionately. Do those things, he said, and mathematics becomes a part of your life - not just a job, but a profession. That was good advice.

-John Ewing

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