Alejandro   F.  Martinez

Lecturer 1  

Office: EMAGC 3.530
Phone: (956) 665-2218
Email: alejandro.martinez@utrgv.edu

Mr. Alex F. Martinez

I am a valley native. I have interest in software and mathematics. I hope to engage my students in the beauty of math.





Selected Publications


  • Alejandro Martinez, Mengqi Hu, Haicheng Gu, and Zhijun Qiao. "Born approximation, scattering, and algorithm.," In SPIE Defense+ Security (pp. 94611C-94611C). . International Society for Optics and Photonics., May 2015.

  • Yvette Cantu, Abril Remes, Alejandra Reyna, Denise Martinez, Jahaziel Villarreal, Hilda Ramos, Samantha Trevino, Cecilia Tamez, Alejandro Martinez, T Eubanks, "Thermodynamics, kinetics, and activation energy studies of the sorption of chromium (III) and chromium (VI) to a Mn 3 O 4 nanomaterial," Chemical Engineering Journal 254, (2014): 374–383.

  • GA Kumar, Madhab Pokhrel, Alejandro Martinez, RC Dennis, IL Villegas, and DK Sardar. "Synthesis and spectroscopy of color tunable Y 2 O 2 S: Yb 3+, Er 3+ phosphors with intense emission," Journal of Alloys and Compounds 513, (2012): 559–565.

  • Hiram Castillo-Michel, Jason Parsons, Jose Peralta-Videa, Alejandro Martinez, and Jorge Gardea-Torresdey. "Chromium (VI) and arsenic (V) reduction in Pisum sativum (Peas): X-ray absorption spectroscopy analysis," ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 231, 2006.



Selected Performances and Exhibitions


  • and Alejandro Martinez. "Dr. Carol McNabb Goodwin, basson," Brownsville (2014)

Current Courses

MATH 1324 04 - Math for Business & Soc Sci:
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MATH 1324 01 - Math for Business & Soc Sci:
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MATH 1324 02 - Math for Business & Soc Sci:
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MATH 1324 07 - Math for Business & Soc Sci:
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MATH 1314 31 - College Algebra:
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MATH 1314 04 - College Algebra:
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MATH 1324 08 - Math for Business & Soc Sci:
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Previous Courses