Experience

  • Professor

    at National Autonomous University of Honduras at Danlí.

    February 2010 - July 2019

    Departamento de El Paraíso

    • Conducted 3 investigations in applied statistics: Impact of handmade tobacco business, production and statistical methods in processing chain; drought and natural disasters, extreme events, and renewable energy. • Presented two researches in national conferences. • Published one research in scientific journal. • Taught statistics to undergraduates in classes of 70 students: topics included ANOVA, hypothesis test, mean differences, correlation and probability distributions. • Implemented statistical software like R/RStudio, Minitab, MATLAB, SPSS and Excel on teaching duties. • Taught undergraduate-level courses in calculus, linear algebra, trigonometry, programming C++ and algebra.

  • Statistical Research Intern

    at Puerto Rico Energy Center, Universidad del Turabo

    May 2018 - August 2018

    Gurabo Municipio

    • Investigated the effects of hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico’s interdependent critical infrastructure from day 1, focusing on power distribution and telecommunications. • Applied compilation, manipulation and transformation of data to run regression models and ARIMA models. • Developed linear models and time series analysis • Computed the correlation between the operational efficiency of infrastructures before and after a critical event.

  • Teaching Assistant

    at University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez

    August 2015 - May 2018

    Mayagüez Municipio

    • Taught statistics to undergraduates in classes of 50 students: topics included ANOVA, hypothesis test, mean differences, correlation and probability distributions. • Implemented statistical software packages like R, Minitab and Excel on teaching duties. • Taught and tutored undergraduate-level courses in calculus and algebra.

  • Statistical Research Intern

    at Puerto Rico Energy Center, Universidad del Turabo

    May 2017 - August 2017

    Gurabo Municipio

    • Computed the long-term weather characteristics for a prospective offshore wind site located in the Puerto Rico archipelago. • Forecasted mudline extreme loads for 20 and 50 years with statistical extrapolation methods • Obtained short-term correlation from the target site and the reference sites to predict long-term conditions. • Formulated regression models, principal components analysis and Measure correlate predict techniques • Presented research in international conference and published in conference proceedings.

  • Consulting Assistant

    at Statistical Consulting Laboratory, Mathematics Department UPR at Mayagüez

    January 2016 - December 2016

    Mayagüez Municipio

    • Recommended, programmed and built statistical models for the clients; • Examined data sets, interpreted, documented, synthesized and communicated results. • Performed statistical analysis for 6 projects in the approach of the statistical model suitable for their research. • Applied among others experimental design, mixed linear models, time series analysis, Pearson’s correlation, Z-scoring using a broad range of statistical software such including R/RStudio, SAS and Minitab.

Education

  • MSc statistics

    at UPR

    2015 - 2018 (3 years) Mayagüez Municipio

  • BSc mathematics

    at UNAH

    2002 - 2008 (6 years) Departamento de Francisco Morazán

Languages

  • Spanish Native

  • English Negotiation

  • French Conversation

  • Portuguese Conversation

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