I'm interested in Machine Learning and Computer Vision (CV), on new technologies or applications. At this moment, I'm working on Biomedical Images (namely bone age assessment) via classification/regression, although I'm interested in image segmentation, NLP and unsupervised learning methods; alongside the biomedical applications that can be achieved with CV.
Ever since I joined the Biomedical Computer Vision Group at Universidad de los Andes, under the tutelage of professor Pablo Arbeláez; I developed an special interest towards research on image analysis, specially with Deep Learning. In addition to that I have grown to enjoy the academia; since 2016 I wanted to become a researcher in the area. In October 2020 I started my PhD thesis in Interpretable recognition at École Centrale Marseille, on the research team QARMA.
I'm a Colombian Biomedical Engineer doing my PhD in Applied Mathematics at École Centrale Marseille, France. I'm 26 years old, passionate about music, history and astronomy. During my undergraduate I grew passion towards programming and since then I've been working on Computer Vision under the supervission of my advisor Pablo Arbeláez. I love jogging, spending time looking at the sky and listening to music; specially if I can reproduce it when playing my guitar or bass. Whenever I have the means to, I also build scale models of planes of the WWII era.