About

I am an STScI postdoctoral fellow at Space Telescope Science Institute, where I split my time working with exotic transients and the Roman Space Telescope. I recently graduated with an Astronomy PhD from Harvard University, where I worked with the Berger Time Domain Group on the discovery and classification of exotic supernovae, particularly on the optical study of superluminous supernovae and tidal disruption events, as well as machine learning techniques to find these objects more efficiently. I am originally from Ciudad Juárez, México. I attended college nearby and graduated from The University of Texas at El Paso with a degree in Physics in 2015. While at UTEP I focused on the study of X-ray binaries, especially on the discovery of new galactic black hole X-ray binaries. In my spare time I like to do archery and photography. Starting in September I will be an STScI Fellow at Space Telescope Science Institute.

For my exhaustive CV: Curriculum Vitae