1. Education

  • 1998 Doctor in Mathematics in the University of Seville.
  • 1994 Mathematics Degree in the University of Seville.

2. PhD Thesis

  • Advances on the Single-Facility Continuous Location Problem. University of Seville, Spain. November, 1998. Qualification: Excellence, Cum Laude. Supervisor: J. Puerto.

3. Academics positions:


  • Full Professor (Catedrático de Universidad): 2016-
  • Accreditation/habitation for full professor: June 2012.
  • Associated Professor (Titular de Universidad): 2002-2015.
  • Associated Professor (Titular de Escuela Universitaria): 1998-2002.
  • Assistant Professor: 1994-1998.


  • Coordinator of Practicum in Companies of Mathematics Degree. 2001-2013.
  • Director of Secretary of Research and Technology Development Vice-rector of University of Cádiz. 2007-2011.
  • Dean of Science Faculty: 01/06/2007-24/06/2007.
  • Coordinator of the European Credit Pilot Experiences in the Mathematics Degree of Cadiz University 2005-2007.
  • Vice-dean of Science Faculty: 08/07/2003-31/05/2007.
  • Secretary and coordinator of Evaluation Committee of the Quality for the Mathematics Degree, 2004.

4. Related with Teaching:


  • The commission Quality Assessment certified that the quality of teaching of Antonio M. Rodríguez-Chía was EXCELLENT (maximum score), which have evaluated the dimensions of Planning Teaching, Teaching Development, outcomes and Innovation and Improvement, 2010.

Teaching Expertise (degree and master’s degree):

  • Statistic and Operations Research courses in degrees of: Mathematics, Sea Science, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Naval Engineering, Computer Science and Biotechnology.  1994-2016.
  • Continuous and Networks Optimization courses in Master’s degree and Doctoral Courses: Master’s degree in port management and logistics, 2011-2016.  Master’s degree in Mathematics (Quality Mention MCD2006.00142 by Spanish Ministry of Science and Education) Universities of Almería, Cádiz, Granada, Jaén and Málaga, 2007-2016. Doct. Course on Data Analysis and Modeling, 2005-2006. Doctoral Course on Astronomy, Geodesy and Geophysics, 2004-2005. Doctoral Course on Mathematics, Statistics and Astronomy, 2001-2002.  Doct. Course on Mathematics and Statistic, 2000-2001. Doctoral Course on Statistic and Operations Research, 1999-2000.