Manuel at the Port of Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
Manuel D. Morales is a computational physicist with experience in numerical relativity, and currently working on artificial intelligence techniques for gravitational-wave data analysis. He is also interested in the academic dialogue between science, philosophy, and religion, being one of the pioneers in promoting this field among Latin American Evangelicals/Protestants.
Manuel is Postdoctoral Researcher in the Centro Universitario de Ciencias Exactas e Ingenierías, Universidad de Guadalajara, and member of the Sistema Nacional de Investigadores, Mexico. Besides, he is Editor-in-Chief of Razón y Pensamiento Cristiano, an independent journal that he founded in 2009.
As an open-minded thinker, Manuel collaborates in several cutting edge multidisciplinary initiatives. He is Honorary Member of the Centro de Ciencia y Fe at the Facultad de Teología SEUT in Madrid, Spain; Machine Learning Mentor of Saturdays.AI in Guadalajara, Mexico; and Voice of the Center for Open and Relational Theology, established in USA.
After a long time, Manuel updated his LinkedIn profile. Check it here »
Article published on RYPC journal for the Protestant Reformation 500th Anniversary. Read it here »
Manuel was invited by the Agencia Ecuménica de Comunicación for writing about a controversial issue, gender identity. Column in Spanish here »
Talk given in the faith and science course organized by GBUCh-IFES and the Faraday Institute, University of Cambridge. More info here »
A brief review in Spanish about the first direct detection of gravitational waves was published in the blog. Read it here »
Manuel attended the 28th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, in Geneve, Switzerland, for presenting results of his PhD thesis. More here »
Participation as organizer in the Ibero-American Meeting of Science and Faith, Mexico -a pioneering Evangelical and ecummenical initiative. More here »
Manuel published an article on BioLogos about Evolution and Christianity in Latin America. Read it here »