My dream of becoming a scientist was born from a vivid admiration of Nature and change. I became a mathematician because of the possibility of solving real-life problems based on a direct representation of transformation, its patterns, shapes, measurements –and laws. The main idea of my research is to overcome the inherent difficulties in the Navier-Stokes Equations by looking to generate different limit formulas for distinct surface's geometries and shapes.
I received my Ph.D. degree in September 2019 from the National Polytechnic Institute in Mexico. Additionally, I have two Master's Degrees in Mathematics. The first of them was from Pierre and Marie Curie University (UPMC). The second one is from the National Polytechnic Institute in Mexico. Moreover, I have continuously worked on improving my communication skills. As a result, I directed and edited a student magazine and published several short stories and poetry. Among them, a peer-reviewed indexed literature magazine accepted one of my texts. This aspect of my work comes from the need to understand others so that I can improve their well-being. I find that there is no better way of living than thinking and acting for the wellness of others, and no better way to achieve it than listening to what they need, valuing what they give, effectively expressing what you see, and finding a common reasonable strategy to follow.