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Have you ever wonder how computers work? what are mathematical models? who discovers new technologies? These are the types of questions that lead my academic and business career towards the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Nowadays, we rely in these fields to continue the forward progress towards improved technology and processes while maintaining an underlying positive trend for the environment.

My attention got caught up in the dilemma of understanding natural phenomena and human-made devices, so I ended up interested in math, computers, and science. I am a graduate senior in the exciting journey of completing a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico. My goal is to pursue a doctoral program in the near future. The experiences acquired throughout my career give me the ability to solve problems with the use of mathematical modeling, to write computer programs given a set of rules and keywords, and more importantly, to carry out research for new discoveries.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is a national laboratory that conducts basic and applied research in the areas of neutron science, biology, energy sources, advanced materials, national security, and supercomputing. It is managed for the United States Department of Energy by a University of Tennessee and Battelle partnership. ORNL has a staff of over 4,000 staff members including scientists and engineers, and annually hosts approximately 3,000 guest researchers. Thanks to the Research Alliance in Math and Science Program I am one of those guest researches in the Computing and Computational Sciences Directorate. The experience demonstrates my capabilities and at the same time improves them to a higher professional level.

In this website, you will find personal information about me, past and current projects from academia and ORNL, research interests, and a few other interesting topics. My purpose is to present relevant information from my research and work as a means of aiding in the discovery and solutions of new problems. Enjoy the website and hope it serves as an interesting experience.
Before you leave I will like to answer the set of questions asked at the beginning of this page. How computers work? Computers work by measuring and diverting electric signals and applying a meaning to the different combinations. What are mathematical models? Mathematical models are approximations of phenomena that occur in the physical world. Numbers and expressions are interpreted and behaviors may be deducted. Finally, who discovers new ideas and technologies? We all do.