Summary of Qualifications

Self-motivated, highly-productive, multilingual physicist specializing in both measurements and COMSOL FEA simulations of semiconductors. Skilled in macroscopic and microscopic characterization of device performance and reliability. Simulation expertise focuses on Maxwell’s E&M equations and the drift-diffusion and trap-dynamics equations of semiconductors. Established successful R&D track record of funding awards, presentation awards, and publications. International experiences include developing physics coursework in Mexico, research in Chile, a conference presentation in Spain, and an intense study abroad in Japan.



The Ohio State University (OSU), Columbus, OH, Ph.D., Physics 2020
The Ohio State University (OSU), Columbus, OH, M.S., Physics 2016
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, B.S., Physics 2013


Technical Skills

  • Electromagnetic Physics
  • FEA Modeling Software
  • Designing Experimental Setups
  • Analytical E&M Calculations
  • EdX Course on ANSYS
  • Data Processing and Analysis
  • Semiconductor Device Simulations
  • High Performance Computing
  • Semiconductor Characterization:
  • Modeling Elastic Constants
  • Matlab, Fortran, LabVIEW
            IV, CV, DLTS, SKPM, SP-DLTS, RUS
  • Microsoft Office
  • Can Quickly Learn Python and C


Written and Verbal Communication Skills

  • Received at least 9 funding awards.
  • Received 2 best presentation awards and contributed as second-author to other best presentation awards.
  • Completed at least 9 first-author presentations corresponding to talks/posters at: 2 international conferences, 3 national conferences, 3 university conferences, and 1 program review. Also contributed as a co-author to at least 4 other presentations.
  • Completed 1 first-author publication and contributed to at least 3 others as a co-author. Other manuscripts are in preparation (1 first-author and 2 second-author).
  • Received a grade of “A” in the MIT Experimental Physics II course which is focused on written and verbal communication skills in the context of presenting scientific results.
  • Proficient in at least 4 languages: English (native fluency), Spanish (native fluency), German (limited working proficiency), and Japanese (limited working proficiency).