I live in Luxembourg. I graduated in electronics at Uninorte (Barranquillla-Colombia) and self taught in many other areas like thermochemistry modelling. Even though my specialization was in automatics, I decided to master sustainable development and I’ve done my PhD in material sciences. I’m currently employed at the University of Luxembourg. I love to cook and I am fascinated by discovering new tastes. I spent some years in Paris, where I held down many cool-bar jobs. My nickname is Toño. I like donkeys (don’t ask why). I love travelling with my cheerful, beautiful and lovely wife Diana. I’ve slept in the sahara desert. I’ve swam with wild dolphins. I’m afraid of heights, but yet I’ve bungee jumped, I’ve stood at the edge of the grand canyon and I went to the “top of the world”. I spent 4 wonderful months in India. I’ve volunteered as science teacher in an orphelinat. I like taking pictures. I believe in Santa Claus. I love the three Js. My first video-console was an Atari 2600 with a hell of embedded games. I can barely speak Spanish and I believe I can speak English, French and I’m learning German. I used to play Basketball for my university, currently I don’t play often but I have nice basketball-shoes. I don’t like going to the gym, but my wife wants to keep me alive for longer. I like rock music, nevertheless I enjoy folk-dances. I saw a wild Lioness eating a Zebra. I previously held many independent technical jobs in electronics and IT. My first experience as employee was in a waste-disposal company and I came back to it after graduation. I run under Linux, but I recognise that Windows has some advantages. I have predicted “brain thoughts”. I’m learning about Chemical Vapour Transport but also how to play guitar. I have spent the last 10 years promoting, researching, loving, hating and trying to find renewable energies.
I invite you to find more about me, my interests and research in this website !