Alonso Delfín Ares de Parga

Department of Mathematics
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403

Office: 1C Deady Hall
Email: alonsod[at]uoregon.edu



I was born and raised in Mexico City. I am currently a fourth year graduate student at the University of Oregon. My research interests are mostly in mathematical analysis. In particular, real analysis (measure theory and functional analysis, specifically operator algebras) and complex analysis (elliptic functions and integrals).

I have a master's degree in Mathematics from CINVESTAV IPN. My master's thesis was a review on distinct functional calculi, including an application of the Borel Functional Calculus to group representation theory. Here's a link to my thesis, which is written in Spanish.

I also hold a bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics from ITAM. My thesis was a comprehensive review in elliptic functions, especially regarding the Weierstrass theory and the connection with the lemniscate function. Here's a link to my thesis, also written in Spanish.

In most Spanish speaking cultures, people traditionally have 2 last names. The first is the paternal last name (apellido paterno), the father's first last name, and the second is the maternal last name (apellido materno), the mother's first last name. In my case, my paternal last name is Delfín, while my maternal last name is Ares de Parga, which is a composite one. I do not have a midle name.