Prior to joining the Math faculty at Arkansas State University Campus Querétaro, Liliana was working in the Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Guanajuato, teaching math classes as Differential-Integral Calculus, and Linear Algebra. She also has been part of the faculty of the Master in Economics and Finance program of the Universidad de Guanajuato. 


She loves Applied Mathematics. Her dissertation is regarding Parameter Estimation in Mathematical Models for Aquifers. By using Inverse Problems techniques, parameters that characterize an aquifer are estimated, then predictions can be made. During her Master’s, Liliana worked in Imaging Biological Tissue using Electromagnetic Waves. Specifically, she worked on a model for detecting and monitoring leukemia using microwaves. 

She enjoyed teaching and transmitting knowledge to her students. She believes everyone has their own way to learn and understanding. She likes to help every student to discover and take advantage of that.  


Her free time is for enjoying the company of her husband and their dog Chato. She loves to travel to Veracruz and Costa Rica to see her and her husband's family (and to eat delicious food). She really likes to read.


  • Ph.D. Candidate, Applied Mathematics, CIMAT 

  • M.Sc., Applied Mathematics, CIMAT 

  • B.Sc., Mathematics, Universidad Veracruzana

Teaching specialties

College Algebra 

Differential and Integral Calculus 

Differential Equations 

Linear Algebra

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