I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Mathematical Sciences Department at New Jersey Institute of Technology. My advisors are Prof. Michael Siegel and Prof. Anand U. Oza. My research involves high precision modelling of the collective hydrodynamics of slender body active matter including the three dimensional vorticity and forces acting on each body inclusively. We seek to approximate the analytical solutions via efficient, high speed parallel computing numerical analysis methods.
Previously, I was an Artium Baccalaureus (A.B.) student with concentration in the Mathematics Department at Princeton University. I also enrolled in certificate programs, i.e. minor concentrations, in the Center for Information Technology Policy’s Technology and Society Track and also in the Program in Latin American Studies History and Society Track. My advisors were Prof. Miklos Racz and Prof. Fernando Codá Marques. My graduation was in the summer of 2019. For high school, I attended the Academia del Perpetuo Socorro in my native homeland island of Puerto Rico.
My past research experience includes applications of game theory for problem scenarios such as extensive games in the global cryptocurrency market. Also related are game theoretic models still undergoing research including topics in artificial intelligence and ancilliary computing subjects.
I have received numerous accolades for my distinguished service during my extended tour of duty in the network operations and information technology sectors of the enterprise grade telecommunications industry field. These recognitions include Cisco BroadWorks Certified Operational Engineer for Voice over I.P. and Cloud-based unified communications platforms, Computing Technology Industry Association CompTIA Network Plus Administration as well as AT&T Six Sigma Black Belt Program.
Outside of research, I am a proud father of two wonderful children and thus I have no time for anything else. Please send help. I am also an active participant in The Princeton Aquinas Institute, the catholic community at Princeton, as well as the Newman Centers for U. Penn and Newark Newman Center.
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Ph.D. Candidate in the Mathematical Sciences Department, Current
New Jersey Institute of Technology
A.B. Mathematics, 2019
HS Degree, 1993
Academia Perpetuo Socorro