European Exchange Program,
Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Master program in Scientific Computing
5-years Degree in Applied Mathematics, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain
A detailed CV can be found here.
Publications on Referred Journals:
Operating systems: Linux, Mac OS, Windows.
Languages: C/C++, Python.
Parallel frameworks : MPI, PETSc, Trilinos.
Version Control: Svn, Git, GitHub, Bitbucket.
FELiScE - Finite Elements for LIfe SCiences and Engineering
LifeV - A parallel finite element library for the solution of PDEs
Machine Learning by Stanford University on Coursera. Certificate earned on Wednesday,
January 17, 2018 3:57 PM GMT
See certificate here
Deep Learning, a 5-course specialization by deeplearning.ai on Coursera. Specialization Certificate earned on October 14, 2018
See certificate here
Parallel and Concurrent Programming with Python 1, LinkedIn, See certificate here
Advanced Python, LinkedIn, See certificate here
Building and Deploying Deep Learning Applications with TensorFlow, LinkedIn, See certificate here
Python for Data Science Essential Training, LinkedIn, See certificate here
C++ Essential Training, LinkedIn, See certificate here
Python Essential Training, LinkedIn, See certificate here
Programming Foundations : Object Oriented Design, LinkedIn, See certificate here
French Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
Annual award for the best thesis in numerical methods for the mechanical and engineering sciences.
See the press note here.
See also this interview for Inria on March 27th 2017.
1st selected candidate of the 2012 PhD Inria Paris-Rocquencourt recruitment campaign.
My research interests include:
Machine Learning to Biosignals, Encoder-decoder architectures, Recurrent Models, Seq2seq models, Time-series prediction.
Blood flow simulation, Blood-Arterial wall interaction simulation, Valve simulation, Electrophysiology, Purkinje network, Heart Electromechanics
Coupling schemes, Robin-Neumann schemes, Incompressible fluids, Thin shells, Immersed structures, Energy-based estimates
Finite element method, Time-discretization, Operator splitting techniques, Unfitted mesh methods, Extended finite element method
A research statement can be found here