I am a Ph.D. in Computer Science. My thesis name is Opening Up Trace-Based Mechanisms, which was guided by Professor Dr. Éric Tanter. My thesis was developed at the Pleiad laboratory of the Computer Science Department (DCC) and the Center for Advanced Research in Education (CIAE). Both institutions belong to the University of Chile. After my Ph. D, I have realized several research stays at universities in different countries: Japan – 2019 (6 months), Colombia – 2018 (2 months), Japan – 2013 (4 months), Japan – 2014 (2 months), and France – 2010 (2 months).
I am interested in different topics related to programming languages such as modularity, abstractions, and different approaches (from functional programming to aspect-oriented programming). Lately, interested in the application of agent-based simulations to predict user behaviors in different environments (e.g., Marketing).
To promote research in my academic unit and with my collaborators, I have founded the research laboratory Pragmatics Lab. If you want to know more about this laboratory, please drop a line at email@example.com.
- University of The Andes, Bogota, Colombia. We studied and modular abstractions for Context-Oriented Programming (COP) – November, 2021 (3 weeks).
- Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech), Tokyo, Japan. We studied modular construction of context-aware systems, September – February, 2019 – 2020 (6 months).
- Cauca University, Popayan, Colombia. We studied collaboration between Software Product/Process Lines and Open Implementation guidelines, February – March, 2018 (2 months)
- Shibaura Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan. We studied different applications of asynchronous programming and aspect-oriented programming for the Web. December – February, 2014 – 2015 (2 months)
- Shibaura Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan. We studied the use of my PhD thesis in mobile applications, April – August, 2013 (4 months)
- Ecole des mines de Nantes, Nantes, France. We studied the relationship between OTM (an open implementation of existing trace-based mechanisms) and the causality of events in distributed systems, February – March, 2010 (2 months)
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