I am a fourth year Ph.D. student in Operations Research in Georgia Tech.
My research interests are on performance analysis of Stochastic Processing Networks and applied probability. My advisor is professor Siva Theja Maguluri.
Among other interests, I highlight music and sports. In particular, I love swimming and playing the guitar.
My resume is here.
- INFORMS 2019, Seattle WA, USA. Title: Heavy-traffic analysis of the generalized switch under multidimensional state space collapse. My slides are available here.
- INFORMS-APS 2019, Brisbane Australia. Title: Transform methods for heavy-traffic analysis. My slides are available here.
- MAMA Workshop 2019, Phoenix AZ, USA. Title: Heavy-traffic analysis of the generalized switch under multidimensional state space collapse. My slides are available here.
Invited seminar presentations
- "Mathematical Models to Analyze Queueing Systems: Minimizing Delay in Data Centers". Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile, January 2020. The slides are here. This presentation was in Spanish, so are the slides.
- "Optimal Resource Allocation in Data Center Networks: Drift Method and Transform Techniques". Amherst College, Amherst MA, USA. September 2019. The slides are available here.
- "Mathematical Models for Queueing Systems: Asymptotics and New Approximations". Universidad de Santiago, Santiago, Chile. January 2019. The slides are available here. This presentation was in Spanish, so are the slides. The presentation is similar to the talk I gave in Universidad Adolfo Ibañez in December 2018, but here I included more examples.
- "Transform Methods for Heavy-traffic Analysis". Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Santiago, Chile. December 2018. The slides are available here.
- "Performance Analysis in Data Center Networks". Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile. May 2018. The slides are available here.
- A unified view of the drift method and the MGF method for heavy-traffic analysis
Presented in the International Workshop on Recent Progress in Data, Models and Decisions (July 2018) held by iDDA (Institute for Data and Decision Analytics) of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen. You can see it here.
- A Novel View of the Drift Method for Heavy-Traffic Limits of Queueing Systems
- Performance Analysis for Data Centers: A Novel Heavy-Traffic Approach
Presented in DCL Student Spring Symposium, Poster Session (March 2018). Held by Decision and Control Laboratory of Georgia Institute of Technology. You can see it here.
- SIGMETRICS Webmaster (January 2020 to date)
- ISyE Students Seminars Organization Committee at Georgia Tech (October 2018 to date). If you are interested in giving a talk, just let me know. We usually meet on Friday at 3.30 pm.