About Me

 

I am a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Chile (Department of Computer Science (DCC), Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences). After my Ph.D., I did short postdocs and collaborate with professors at Shibaura Institute of Technology and Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech), Tokyo, Japan. I currently work as associate professor at Universidad Católica del Norte. Finally, I am a Computer Science Engineer from University of La Serena, Chile.

Through my subject research, Opening Up Trace-Based Mechanisms, I possess a strong knowledge of aspect-oriented programming and open implementations. Concretely, I have worked on expressive stateful aspects with customized semantics to match and advise program execution traces.

Apart from working, I have participated in organizations such as OHA and ACCAN, for protection of animals. In addition, I enjoy doing my hobbies, which are related to nature, e.g., snorkeling, camping, etc.