Mario Claudio Díaz


Welcome to my webpage.

I am a Professor of Physics at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

If you are visiting this webpage you can make your life easier, looking around by clicking the appropriate tab in the pulldown menu at the top.

The following is a link to my CV: mcd-cv-2016.pdf

My email address is:


The link above would take you to a page where I acknowledge the work performed by my students and try not to take too much credit for me for what they do.


If this Fall of 2015 you are taking Introduction to General Relativity this is the link to the blog page for the course PHYSICS 5393


The link above would take you to several (about 50) articles that I wrote associated to my weekly radio columns on a radio show called Carbono 14, which air on National Argentine public radio and was conducted by my friend Eduardo Anguita. The show run from March 2009 through December 2010. It is in Spanish,. But in retrospective I still like what I did. It was a lot of fun!


The page above describes my involvement with LIGO (the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory) research activities.


This page describes my group at UTRGV on time domain astronomy and the activities we carry on: time domain astronomy.


This is a link to my most recent presentations at meetings or seminars, or at lectures for the general public.


This is a webpage where I would like to make some historical justice to the Native Americans, particularly the Native Argentines. It starts with a tribute to my grandmother and my mother who admitted in her old age, that they lived entre los indios -i.e.among them-.