I’m passionate about illustration, graphic narrative, and about transforming complex ideas and thought processes into visual language. Graphic narrative is a great way to do science communication and to raise awareness about the role of women in science.
In the past I’ve used the pseudonym E.A. Casanova (why the name? It’s my abuelita‘s name. My second family-name is my abuelito‘s name).
Member of DIMATCHILE (Red Divulgación Matemáticas Chile)
February 2021: Moderator Roundtable on science communication, EUTOPIA, European universities alliance. Video.
January 2021 Presentation in Webinar “Breaking stereotypes”, organized by EU project Our Space our Future. Video.
August 2020: I contributed 3 illustrations to the exhibition on Jean Perrin organized by the Institut Henri Poincare, in Paris. The exhibtion is on display in the library of the institute. Don’t miss it!
- Collaboration with the Communications Team of the Anillo Matemáticas y Género Project, Chile.
- Collaboration with Workpackage 1 of the Human Brain Project (Twitter).
Member of Scientific Committee of the Association Les Maths en Scene.
- Illustrations for Alberto Mercado’s series “Historias que cuentan”, published in Cuaderno de Cultura Cientifica.
Sketchnotes of Science:
#Mathyear is currently being published weekly in the website Images de Mathématiques of the French Research Council (CNRS).
Here is an e-booklet containing part of the drawings for #mathyear.
Noethember: a retrospective, an article at The Aperiodical summarizing the #Noethember initiative (Jan 2019).
Blogging, comics and more
Portfolio (under pseudonym E.A. Casanova).
September 2022: I recently appeared in an article by Sophia Merow in the Notices of the AMS, on my career path doing maths and illustrations.
Drawings can inspire! Blog arbitrarilyclose on Hitomezashi stitching .
June 2020: An interview in Chile’s top digital newspaper El Mostrador (in Spanish).
May 2020: My blog The RAGE of the Blackboard has been reviewed in the blog of the American Mathematical society (AMS).
Contributions to the website Images de Mathématiques of the French Research Council (CNRS).
In November 2018, #Noethember was reviewed in the blog of the American Mathematical Society (AMS)
Interview in the website of the European Women in Mathematics Association (EWM).
2016 was a good year.
Scicomm (Science Communication) CV
A CV of my illustration/scicomm activities.
I’m an award winning artist: