My career

  • Since 2018, Research Scientist at the University of Luxembourg
  • FNR-CORE grant ID 13564670
  • 2016-2018, Post-doctoral researcher at CERATIZIT-Luxembourg S.à r.l.
  • AFR-PPP grant ID 11245004
  • 2016 Post doctoral researcher at the University of Luxembourg
  • Until 2015 PhD candidate at the University of Luxembourg and Marie-Curie fellow (scientific collaborator for AMST),

I am a graduate in Electronics Engineering with a specialization in the area of automatics and signal processing (Dipl.-Ing.), at present I am a research fellow at CERATIZIT Luxembourg S.à r.l and a research associate at the University of Luxembourg. I’ve started acquiring the knowledge and skills in discretization of continuous systems through a training within the research group in Robotics and Intelligent Systems at the “Universidad del Norte” where I worked in biological signals processing. After working in the area of waste treatment and solar energies, in south-America and Europe, I obtained a master’s degree in Renewables Energies at the University of Luxembourg where I gained better understanding of discretization techniques for granular matters. Consequently, I applied his knowledge in the area of materials processing and computational engineering to obtain a PhD from the University of Luxembourg. Currently, my research work is focused on the discrete-continuous modelling of Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes, powder metal processing, chemical reactions and thermal engineering including HPC.