Hi! My name is Maria Camila. I am a 23 year old colombian. I am an Astrophysicist and a Systems & Computing Engineer. Currently I am a master student in Computer Science at Université Paris-Saclay in Paris, France. I am very interested in astrophysical simulations, computational infrastructure and security. My favorite programming language (which was also my first) is Python, but I also really like C and Java.
In this website you will find out more about me, the projects I have worked on and the things I’m interested in. Here is a condensed version of my trajectory in pdf format:
In the following blog posts you can find more information about the projects I have worked on:
Graduated from high school
Internship at Leiden Observatory (The Netherlands)
Internship at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (USA)
What? SURF (Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship)
When? Summer 2016
Where? NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Pasadena, CA, USA.
Advisors? Dr. Andres Plazas, Dr. Jason Rhodes, Dr. Charles Shapiro and Dr. Eric Huff
The observed accelerated expansion of the Universe is one of the biggest enigmas in our current understanding of cosmology and Dark Energy (DE) could be the explanation for it. In order to untangle the science of DE, a new space observatory is being created by NASA: Wide-Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST). It will map the distribution of Dark Matter (DM) along cosmic history and...
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