Research Area: Currently I'm exploring different topics related to the processing of seismic datasets: 1) Define a general 'flow' or procedure to process and invert seismic dataset - Extraction of SEGY files using serial or parallel computing - Interact with datasets that are too large to fit into memory - Reorganize datasets to represent the aquisition geometry - Apply BP Filters, windows, tapers in Frequency Domain using signal analysis concepts. - Do modeling and/or imaging of the data - Quality control the results 2) Explore Wave Reconstruction Inversion techniques

Thesis: Recipient of the 2015 UBC Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences Summer International Worklearn Award.

About me: I am a 4th year undergraduate student majoring in Geophysics at The University of British Columbia, I look forward to graduate in May 2017. Before transfering to the Geophysics major at UBC I studied 2 years of Geoscience at the University of Los Andes and Petroleum Engineering at the University of America in Bogota, Colombia. I joined the SLIM group on Summer 2015 after receiving a 'Work Learn International Undergraduate Research Award', this summer internship gave me the motivation to keep learning more about seismic exploration and its underlying principles, and for that I will keep working part-time at SLIM during during the 2015/16 academic year.