I'm a PhD student working at the University of Helsinki under the supervision of Jörg Tiedemann and Mathias Creutz. I focus on the development of models for natural language understanding (NLU) with a data-driven approach that incorporates massively multilingual parallel corpora and the use of multimodal input signals. My research is centered on the development and implementation of multilingual and multimodal machine translation models and on the analysis of internal dynamics of such systems.
I received my MSc in Mathematical Modelling from Universitá degli Studi dell'Aquila in 2017 and his BSc in Applied Mathematics from ITAM (Mexico Autonomous Institute of Technology) in 2015. My research interests cosist on Advanced Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and Applied Mathematics.
Scholarship award from the EU Commission.
Thesis: The Vehicle Routing Problem - An Application and Proposed Heuristics
Adviser: Claudio Arbib
co-Adviser: Stefano Smriglio
Focus Area: ODEs, PDEs, Optimization
Joint degree awarded for completing the MathMods Joint M.Sc.
Focus Areas: non-smooth Convex Optimization and Numerical Approximation methods for PDEs
Thesis: A Bayesian Approach to Time Series Smoothing via the Hodrick-Prescott Filter
Adviser: Enrique de Alba Guerra
Focus Areas: Statistics, Probability, Linear and non-Linear Optimization
Development of models for natural language understanding (NLU) with a data-driven approach that incorporates massively multilingual parallel corpora and the use of diverse input signals.
I assisted the Institute’s vice-president of Economical Information, Enrique de Alba Guerra. Duties involved statistical analysis of time series and results visualization, as well as application and implementation of research articles.
Directly involved in the development of a monitor of agricultural production via remote-sensing data as part of a hunger early-warning system for the Mexican government.
I collaborated with the planning and implementation of a project for the detection of irregular settlements, and the establishment of a first contact between said settlements and the NGO.
Development of an optimization model for improving LFoundry’s production line. Customization of the Vehicle Routing Problem through Gurobi and GLPK software to improve microchips pickup and delivery time.
Created a graphical interface to improve the production line operation. I also prepared automated infrared signal sender and receiver for facilitating the interface usage and information extraction.