I'm a Ph.D. candidate working under the supervision of Professor Giovanni Coco in the School of Environment, at the University of Auckland. My doctoral research explores new approaches to model future shoreline change and is currently focused on the application of Deep Learning algorithms to coastal time-series forecasting.
I obtained my Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Earth Sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). My master's dissertation studied the hydrodynamics of one of the biggest estuarine systems in Mexico (Laguna de Terminos) with Delft3D. As a technician, I was involved for two years in projects regarding the numerical study of the Gulf of Mexico at the Atmospheric Sciences and Climate Change Institute, UNAM.