Personal Homepage for Diego Ruano

Diego Ruano
Associate Professor of Mathematics (ES: Profesor Titular de Universidad, Álgebra)
Research group SINGACOM
IMUVA-Mathematics Research Institute
University of Valladolid, Spain

Research interests
Coding Theory, Cryptography, Computer Algebra, Algebraic Geometry

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Contact Information
Office location: A313 (Facultad de Ciencias) and L0.2 (Edificio LUCIA)
Phone: +34 983 18 50 84
Skype: diegoruano

Mailing Address
Department of Algebra, Analysis, Geometry and Topology
Faculty of Science (Campus Miguel Delibes)
University of Valladolid
Paseo Belén 7


IMUVA-Mathematics Research Institute
LUCIA building (Campus Miguel Delibes)
University of Valladolid
Paseo Belén 19

Social networks
Linkedin, ResearchGate, Twitter

Professional Service

Teaching, Supervision and Committee

Supervised theses and theses committee

Teaching at University of Valladolid

Teaching at Aalborg University


Publications (and citations) at Google Scholar, MathSciNet, ORCID, Scopus, Web of Science, Zentralblatt MATH.

Papers submitted for publication: Papers in journals: Patents: Selected peer reviewed conference papers: Books: Book chapters: Miscellaneous:

Sponsored Research, as PI


Diego studied Mathematics at the Universities of Valladolid (2002) and Kaiserslautern (2003, double degree program). He obtained a PhD degree in Mathematics at the University of Valladolid in 2007. He was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Kaiserslautern (2007) and a H.C. Ørsted postdoc fellow at the Technical University of Denmark (2008). He has been an assistant professor (2009-2012) and an associate professor (2013-2018) at Aalborg University. Diego has been a Ramón-y-Cajal fellow (2018-2023) and, since June 2023, he is an associate professor at IMUVA-Mathematics Research Institute, University of Valladolid.

Here (and also here) you can see me at AAECC-18 (Fortunately, I was not misbehaving at that moment).
And here another picture, this time not so blurred.

I am a member of the European (EMS) and Spanish (RSME) mathematical societies.