Data Analysis, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Data Mining, Web Scraping, Big Data Analytics, Computer Simulation, and Visualization.
I grew up in Puyehue, a town in the North Patagonian region of Chile. Then, I moved to study a Bachelor of Science and a Master in Economics at the University of Concepcion. In 2014, I started working in the Statistics Department of the Central Bank of Chile. After five years working, and supported by Fulbright and the National Agency for Research and Development, Chile, I have been nominated for a PhD scholarship to study a Data Science program in Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Massachusetts, United States (2018-2022). Currently, I’m part of the Data-driven Intelligent Systems lab (DAISY) at WPI.
Work and Academic Positions
Present PhD in Data Science, Student
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)
2018 Web Scraping and Text Mining Lecturer
Faculty of Physical Sciences and Mathematics (undergraduate)
Universidad de Chile, Chile
2014 - 2018 Economic Analyst
Department of Statistics, Central Bank of Chile
2012-2013 Economics and Econometrics Lecturer
Departament of Economics (undergraduate and graduate)
Universidad de Concepcion, Chile
The most important recognitions are related to my education and my job at Central Bank of Chile.
Ph.D. Scholarship (2018-2022)
Ph.D. Scholarship to study in the United States, supported by Fulbright Foreign Student Program and the National Agency for Research and Development (ANID), Chile.
Innovator of the year (2015)
Innovator of the year, nominated by the Statistics Department of Central Bank of Chile.
Masters scholarship (2012-2013)
National masters scholarship supported by National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research (CONICYT ) of Chile.
I have been working on a variety of projects related to Data Science, Economics and Statistics. For example, I have done some research on Healthcare, Environmental Valuation, Health Economics, and Housing Market.