I am a Mexican researcher at the Department of High Energy Physics of the Institute
for Nuclear Science at Mexico's National
Autonomous University (UNAM). I work in String
Theory, which is Physics' most recent attempt
to answer an ancient question: what is the world made of ? (Click here to look at my research
formerly a graduate student at the Physics Department of Princeton University.
My thesis advisor was Professor Curtis G. Callan.
Princeton, and before returning to Mexico, I spent two years as a postdoctoral
researcher at the Institute for
Theoretical Physics of Stockholm
Princeton, I was an undergraduate at Brandeis University,
and after that I spent one year teaching Physics to Engineering students
Mexico City Campus.
concerned about poverty and social injustice
(click here to help fight it). As you might
expect, I am very interested in science in general.