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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. He was born in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was challenging, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleepping/crying/hungry/giggly baby. Yes, 2011 was hard, but I wouldn't trade it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.


Starting on June 2012, I became a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware, where I continued working on Big Data analysis for drug design as well as on emulation of cloud computing for optimizing scheduling policies. Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I learned so much from her and from many other faculty at UD that I am totally thankful. Life at Delaware is beautiful (even in the winter). Of course I miss my family and friends in Mexico, but I know they are always with me.


For the
future I envision myself working with volunteer, cloud, and mobile computing to provide cost-effective resources to three main challenges of the developing world: scientific discovery, health, and education. I believe that a computer is only as good as the difference it can make in the world, and I strive to achieve this level of impact with my work.
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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. He was born in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was challenging, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleeping/crying/hungry/giggly baby. Yes, 2011 was hard, but I wouldn't trade it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.


Starting on June 2012, I became a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware, where I continued working on Big Data analysis for drug design as well as on emulation of cloud computing for optimizing scheduling policies. Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I learned so much from her and from many other faculty at UD that I am totally thankful. Life at Delaware was beautiful (even in the winter).


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I became an assistant professor in computer science at UNM. This is an exciting time, now, I'm starting a different journey in life and research.  For the near future I envision myself working with volunteer, cloud, and mobile computing to provide cost-effective resources to three main challenges of the developing world: scientific discovery, health, and education. I believe that a computer is only as good as the difference it can make in the world, and I strive to achieve this level of impact with my work.
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I studied informatics at the University of Guadalajara, I never liked much my major, but I'm not the kind of person that leaves something unfinished. So, I finished my studies in 2001 (being top of my class) and started looking for something else...
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I studied informatics at the University of Guadalajara, I never liked much my major, but I'm not the kind of person that leaves something unfinished. So, I finished my studies (being top of my class) and started looking for something else...
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I studied informatics at the University of Guadalajara, I never liked much my major, but I'm not the kind of person that leaves something unfinished. So, I finished my studies in 2001 (being top of my class) and started looking for something else than just client service...

That way I found the opportunity of spending two months at a research center in the north of Mexico. The center was the [[http://www.cicese.edu.mx/ | CICESE]], and I did a summer internship under the supervision of [[http://usuario.cicese.mx/~favela/ | Dr. Jesus Favela]]. It was a revealing experience (it was my first time away from home also) and I liked it so much that I decided I wanted to be a researcher. I wanted to combine science with computers, my favorite science at that time was astronomy and Dr Favela, that was also my first mentor, pointed me in the direction of INAOE, a research center focused on the study of astrophysics among other things.
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I studied informatics at the University of Guadalajara, I never liked much my major, but I'm not the kind of person that leaves something unfinished. So, I finished my studies in 2001 (being top of my class) and started looking for something else...

That way I found the opportunity of spending two months at a research center in the north of Mexico. The center was the [[http://www.cicese.edu.mx/ | CICESE]], where I did a summer internship under the supervision of [[http://usuario.cicese.mx/~favela/ | Dr. Jesus Favela]]. It was a revealing experience (it was my first time away from home also) and I liked it so much that I decided I wanted to be a researcher. I wanted to combine science with computers, my favorite science at that time was astronomy and Dr Favela, that was also my first mentor, pointed me in the direction of INAOE, a research center focused on the study of astrophysics among other things.
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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was challenging, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleepping/crying/hungry/giggly baby. Yes, 2011 was hard, but I wouldn't trade it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. He was born in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was challenging, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleepping/crying/hungry/giggly baby. Yes, 2011 was hard, but I wouldn't trade it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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Starting on June 2012, I became a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware, where I continued working on Big Data analysis for drug design as well as on emulation of cloud computing for better scheduling design. Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I learned so much from her and from many other faculty at UD that I am totally thankful. Life at Delaware is beautiful (even in the winter). Of course I miss my family and friends in Mexico, but I know they are always with me.

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Starting on June 2012, I became a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware, where I continued working on Big Data analysis for drug design as well as on emulation of cloud computing for optimizing scheduling policies. Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I learned so much from her and from many other faculty at UD that I am totally thankful. Life at Delaware is beautiful (even in the winter). Of course I miss my family and friends in Mexico, but I know they are always with me.

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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was challenging, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleepping/crying/hungry/giggly baby. Yes, 2011 was hard, but I wouldn't change it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was challenging, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleepping/crying/hungry/giggly baby. Yes, 2011 was hard, but I wouldn't trade it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was challenging, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleeping/crying/hungry/rarely-happy baby. Yes, 2011 was hard, but I wouldn't change it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was challenging, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleepping/crying/hungry/giggly baby. Yes, 2011 was hard, but I wouldn't change it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was a challenging time, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleeping/crying/hungry/rarely-happy baby. Yes, 2011 was hard, but I wouldn't change it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was challenging, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleeping/crying/hungry/rarely-happy baby. Yes, 2011 was hard, but I wouldn't change it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was a challenging time, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleeping/crying/hungry/rarely-happy baby. Yes, 2011 was hard but I wouldn't change it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was a challenging time, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleeping/crying/hungry/rarely-happy baby. Yes, 2011 was hard, but I wouldn't change it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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Recently I found the joy of the photography and started painting acrylic. Visit my flickr photo's gallery [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/trilce_estrada/ | HERE]]

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Recently I found the joy of photography and started painting acrylic. Visit my flickr photo's gallery [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/trilce_estrada/ | HERE]]

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Recently I found the joy of the photography. Visit my flickr photo's gallery [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/trilce_estrada/ | HERE]]

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Recently I found the joy of the photography and started painting acrylic. Visit my flickr photo's gallery [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/trilce_estrada/ | HERE]]

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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after I defended my dissertation proposal. 2011 was a challenging time, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleeping/crying/hungry/rarely-happy baby. Yes, 2011 was hard but I wouldn't change it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after defending my dissertation proposal. 2011 was a challenging time, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleeping/crying/hungry/rarely-happy baby. Yes, 2011 was hard but I wouldn't change it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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In the summer of 2012 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after I defended my dissertation proposal. 2011 was a challenging time, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleeping/crying/hungry/rarely-happy baby. Yes, 2011 was hard but I wouldn't change it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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In the summer of 2010 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after I defended my dissertation proposal. 2011 was a challenging time, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleeping/crying/hungry/rarely-happy baby. Yes, 2011 was hard but I wouldn't change it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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In the summer of 2012 I did an internship at [[http://www.research.ibm.com/labs/watson/index.shtml| IBM T.J. Watson Research Center]]. This experience literally changed my life, not only because of the knowledge I gained or the good friends I made, but because during that time I became pregnant with my son. I gave birth in February 2011, just 2 weeks after I defended my dissertation proposal. 2011 was a challenging time, many times I had to work on my thesis while holding a sleeping/crying/hungry/rarely-happy baby. Yes, 2011 was hard but I wouldn't change it for the world, because it brought me the most perfect happiness I've known.

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For the future I envision myself working with volunteer, cloud, and mobile computing to provide cost-effective resources to three main challenges of the developing world: scientific discovery, health, and education. I believe that a computer is only as good as the difference it can make in the world, and I strive to achieve this level of impact with my work.
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For the future I envision myself working with volunteer, cloud, and mobile computing to provide cost-effective resources to three main challenges of the developing world: scientific discovery, health, and education. I believe that a computer is only as good as the difference it can make in the world, and I strive to achieve this level of impact with my work.
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From August 2007 until May 2012 I was a PhD student at [[http://www.udel.edu | The University of Delaware]]. It was an amazing experience. For my PhD I worked on integrating application-aware self-management to global distributed computing environments with the final goal of making them accessible to a wider scientific community. During this time I worked with [[http://boinc.berkeley.edu/ | volunteer computing]] and I got amazed of the impact this paradigm and the volunteerism of many people can make in the world: from [[http://www.fight-malaria.org/| detecting malaria]], [[http://www.climateprediction.net/ | modeling the climate]], and [[http://www.einsteinathome.org/|understanding the universe]], to [[http://docking.cis.udel.edu/| designing drugs]], and [[http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/|finding a cure against cancer]].
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From August 2007 until May 2012 I was a PhD student at [[http://www.udel.edu | The University of Delaware]]. It was an amazing experience. For my PhD I worked on integrating application-aware self-management to global distributed computing environments with the final goal of making them accessible to a wider scientific community.
During this time I worked with [[http://boinc.berkeley.edu/ | volunteer computing]] and I got amazed at the impact this paradigm and the volunteerism of many people can make in the world: from [[http://www.fight-malaria.org/| detecting malaria]], [[http://www.climateprediction.net/ | modeling the climate]], and [[http://www.einsteinathome.org/|understanding the universe]], to [[http://docking.cis.udel.edu/| designing drugs]], and [[http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/|finding a cure against cancer]].

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From August 2007 until May 2012 I was a PhD student at [[http://www.udel.edu | The University of Delaware]]. It was an amazing experience. For my PhD I worked on integrating application-aware self-management to global distributed computing environments with the final goal of making them accessible to a wider scientific community. During this time I worked with [[http://boinc.berkeley.edu/ | volunteer computing]] and I got amazed of the impact this paradigm and the volunteerism of many people can make in the world: from [[http://www.fight-malaria.org/| detecting malaria]], [[http://www.climateprediction.net/ | modeling the climate]], and [[http://www.einsteinathome.org/|understanding the universe]], to [[http://docking.cis.udel.edu/| designing drugs]], and [[http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/|finding a cure against cancer]]

Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I learned so much from her and from many other faculty at UD that I am totally thankful
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Life at Delaware is beautiful (even in winter). Of course I miss my family and friends in Mexico, but
I know they are always with me.
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From August 2007 until May 2012 I was a PhD student at [[http://www.udel.edu | The University of Delaware]]. It was an amazing experience. For my PhD I worked on integrating application-aware self-management to global distributed computing environments with the final goal of making them accessible to a wider scientific community. During this time I worked with [[http://boinc.berkeley.edu/ | volunteer computing]] and I got amazed of the impact this paradigm and the volunteerism of many people can make in the world: from [[http://www.fight-malaria.org/| detecting malaria]], [[http://www.climateprediction.net/ | modeling the climate]], and [[http://www.einsteinathome.org/|understanding the universe]], to [[http://docking.cis.udel.edu/| designing drugs]], and [[http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/|finding a cure against cancer]].

Starting on June 2012, I became a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware, where I continued working on Big Data analysis for drug design as well as on emulation of cloud computing for better scheduling design
. Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I learned so much from her and from many other faculty at UD that I am totally thankful. Life at Delaware is beautiful (even in the winter). Of course I miss my family and friends in Mexico, but I know they are always with me.

For the future I envision myself working with volunteer, cloud, and mobile computing to provide cost-effective resources to three main challenges of the developing world: scientific discovery, health, and education. I believe that a computer is only as good as the difference it can make in the world, and I strive to achieve this level of impact with my work.

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I moved to El Paso in 2006. It was the scariest experience of my life: moving alone, to a different country, with a different culture and language. I was fortunate enough to have old friends at UTEP: [[http://www.hlt.utdallas.edu/~tsolorio/ | Dr. Thamar Solorio]], and of course my former supervisor Dr Fuentes, were a major support. I was also lucky because my new supervisor, Dr Taufer, was very supportive. At UTEP I started a new professional epoch, working with proteins and distributed systems instead of galaxies and ML. It was a total challenge, but it was as difficult as exciting.

After a year at UTEP, Dr Taufer decided she wanted to move to The University of Delaware and she invited me to move with her. I was scared, but after receiving the advise of Dr Fuentes and the support from my husband, family and friends... I was on the road again.

Since August 2007 I am a PhD student at [[http://www.udel.edu | The University of Delaware]]. It has been the greatest experience of my life. Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I have learned so much from her and from many other faculty here that I am totally thankful. I also have great coworkers and the support of my husband.

Life at Delaware is beautiful (even
in winter). Of course I miss my family and friends in Mexico, but I know they are always with me
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I moved to El Paso in 2006. It was the scariest experience of my life: moving alone, to a different country, with a different culture and language. I was fortunate enough to have old friends at UTEP. [[http://www.hlt.utdallas.edu/~tsolorio/ | Dr. Thamar Solorio]], and of course my former supervisor Dr Fuentes, were a major support. I was also lucky because my new supervisor, Dr Taufer, was very supportive. At UTEP I started a new professional epoch, working with proteins and distributed systems instead of galaxies and ML. It was a total challenge, but it was as difficult as exciting.

After a year at UTEP, Dr Taufer decided she wanted to move to The University of Delaware and she invited me to move there with her. I was scared, but after receiving the advise of Dr Fuentes and the support from my husband, family and friends... I was on the road again.

From August 2007 until May 2012 I was a PhD student at [[http://www.udel.edu | The University of Delaware]]. It was an amazing experience. For my PhD I worked on integrating application-aware self-management to global distributed computing environments with the final goal of making them accessible to a wider scientific community. During this time I worked with [[http://boinc.berkeley.edu/ | volunteer computing]] and I got amazed of the impact this paradigm and the volunteerism of many people can make in the world: from [[http://www.fight-malaria.org/| detecting malaria]], [[http://www.climateprediction.net/ | modeling the climate]], and [[http://www.einsteinathome.org/|understanding the universe]], to [[http://docking.cis.udel.edu/| designing drugs]], and [[http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/|finding a cure against cancer]]

Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I learned so much from her and from many other faculty at UD that I am totally thankful.

Life at Delaware is beautiful (even in winter). Of course I miss my family and friends in Mexico, but I know they are always with me.
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I studied informatics at the University of Guadalajara, I never liked much my major, but I'm not the kind of person that leaves something unfinished. So, I finished my studies in 2001 (being top of my class) and started looking for something else than just databases...
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I studied informatics at the University of Guadalajara, I never liked much my major, but I'm not the kind of person that leaves something unfinished. So, I finished my studies in 2001 (being top of my class) and started looking for something else than just client service...
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In my free time I love the contact with the nature, I enjoy hiking and mountain biking; I like dancing and cooking; but what I enjoy the most is reading literature, philosophy and poetry. My favorite authors are: Bertrand Russell, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, Simone De Beauvoir, Milan Kundera, Kafka, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Neruda, Benedetti, Rafael Alberti, Federico Garcia Lorca, Hemingway, Karl Popper, Stephen Hawking, ... among others.

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In my free time I love the contact with nature, I enjoy hiking and mountain biking; I like dancing and cooking; but what I enjoy the most is reading literature, philosophy and poetry. My favorite authors are: Bertrand Russell, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, Simone De Beauvoir, Milan Kundera, Kafka, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Neruda, Benedetti, Rafael Alberti, Federico Garcia Lorca, Hemingway, Karl Popper, Stephen Hawking, ... among others.

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That way I found the opportunity of spending a two months at a research center in the north of Mexico. The center was the [[http://www.cicese.edu.mx/ | CICESE]], and I did a summer under the supervision of [[http://usuario.cicese.mx/~favela/ | Dr. Jesus Favela]]. It was a revealing experience (it was my first time away from home also) and I liked it so much that I decided I wanted to be a researcher. I wanted to combine science with computers, my favorite science at that time was astronomy and Dr Favela, that was also my first mentor, pointed me in the direction of INAOE, a research center focused on the study of astrophysics among other things.

I went to [[http://www.inaoep.mx | INAOE]] in 2002 after a 'real-life working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with [[http://www.cs.utep.edu/ofuentes/ | Dr Olac Fuentes]], a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. With ML you can do extraordinary things. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of [[http://ccc.inaoep.mx/~leopoldo/ | Dr Leopoldo Altamirano]]. During that last year Dr Fuentes joined the [[http://www.utep.edu| University of Texas at El Paso]] and he meet my future supervisor there: [[http://gcl.cis.udel.edu/personal/taufer/index.php | Dr Michela Taufer]].

I moved to El Paso in 2006. It was the scariest experience of my life: moving alone, to a different country, with a different culture and language. I was fortunate enough to have old friends at UTEP: [[http://www.hlt.utdallas.edu/~tsolorio/ | Dr. Thamar Solorio]], and of course my former supervisor Dr Fuentes were a major support. I was also lucky because my new supervisor, Dr Taufer, was very supportive. At UTEP I started a new professional epoch, working with proteins and distributed systems instead of galaxies and ML. It was a total challenge, but it was as difficult as exciting.

After a year at UTEP, Dr Taufer decided she wanted to move to The University of Delaware and she invited me to move with her. I was scared, but after receiving the advise of Dr Fuentes and the support from my husband, family and friends.. I was on the road again.
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That way I found the opportunity of spending two months at a research center in the north of Mexico. The center was the [[http://www.cicese.edu.mx/ | CICESE]], and I did a summer internship under the supervision of [[http://usuario.cicese.mx/~favela/ | Dr. Jesus Favela]]. It was a revealing experience (it was my first time away from home also) and I liked it so much that I decided I wanted to be a researcher. I wanted to combine science with computers, my favorite science at that time was astronomy and Dr Favela, that was also my first mentor, pointed me in the direction of INAOE, a research center focused on the study of astrophysics among other things.

I went to [[http://www.inaoep.mx | INAOE]] in 2002 after a 'real-life working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with [[http://www.cs.utep.edu/ofuentes/ | Dr Olac Fuentes]], a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. With ML you can do extraordinary things. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several supervised and unsupervised techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of [[http://ccc.inaoep.mx/~leopoldo/ | Dr Leopoldo Altamirano]]. During that last year Dr Fuentes joined the [[http://www.utep.edu| University of Texas at El Paso]] and he meet my future supervisor there: [[http://gcl.cis.udel.edu/personal/taufer/index.php | Dr Michela Taufer]].

I moved to El Paso in 2006. It was the scariest experience of my life: moving alone, to a different country, with a different culture and language. I was fortunate enough to have old friends at UTEP: [[http://www.hlt.utdallas.edu/~tsolorio/ | Dr. Thamar Solorio]], and of course my former supervisor Dr Fuentes, were a major support. I was also lucky because my new supervisor, Dr Taufer, was very supportive. At UTEP I started a new professional epoch, working with proteins and distributed systems instead of galaxies and ML. It was a total challenge, but it was as difficult as exciting.

After a year at UTEP, Dr Taufer decided she wanted to move to The University of Delaware and she invited me to move with her. I was scared, but after receiving the advise of Dr Fuentes and the support from my husband, family and friends... I was on the road again.
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In my free time I love the contact with the nature, I enjoy hiking and mountain biking; I like dancing and cooking; but what I enjoy the most is reading. My favorite authors (including literature, philosophy and poetry) are: Bertrand Russell, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, Simone De Beauvoir, Milan Kundera, Kafka, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Neruda, Benedetti, Rafael Alberti, Federico Garcia Lorca, Hemingway, Karl Popper, Stephen Hawking, ... among others.

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In my free time I love the contact with the nature, I enjoy hiking and mountain biking; I like dancing and cooking; but what I enjoy the most is reading literature, philosophy and poetry. My favorite authors are: Bertrand Russell, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, Simone De Beauvoir, Milan Kundera, Kafka, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Neruda, Benedetti, Rafael Alberti, Federico Garcia Lorca, Hemingway, Karl Popper, Stephen Hawking, ... among others.

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I moved to El Paso in 2006. It was the scariest experience of my life, moving alone, to a different country, with a different culture and language. I was fortunate enough to have old friends at UTEP: [[http://www.hlt.utdallas.edu/~tsolorio/ | Dr. Thamar Solorio]], and of course my former supervisor Dr Fuentes where a major support. I was also lucky because my new supervisor, Dr Taufer, was very supportive. At UTEP I started a new professional epoch, working with proteins and distributed systems instead of galaxies and ML. It was a total challenge, but it was as difficult as exciting.
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I moved to El Paso in 2006. It was the scariest experience of my life: moving alone, to a different country, with a different culture and language. I was fortunate enough to have old friends at UTEP: [[http://www.hlt.utdallas.edu/~tsolorio/ | Dr. Thamar Solorio]], and of course my former supervisor Dr Fuentes were a major support. I was also lucky because my new supervisor, Dr Taufer, was very supportive. At UTEP I started a new professional epoch, working with proteins and distributed systems instead of galaxies and ML. It was a total challenge, but it was as difficult as exciting.
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Since August 2007 I am a PhD student at [[http://www.udel.edu | The University of Delaware]]. It has been the greatest experience of my life. Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I have learned so much from her and from many other faculty here that I am totally thankful. I also have great coworkers and the eternal support of my husband.
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Since August 2007 I am a PhD student at [[http://www.udel.edu | The University of Delaware]]. It has been the greatest experience of my life. Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I have learned so much from her and from many other faculty here that I am totally thankful. I also have great coworkers and the support of my husband.
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My name is [[http://www.shearsman.com/pages/books/catalog/2005/vallejo_trilce.html | Trilce]] Estrada Pedra.  In Mexico we have two last names, one is given by the father (in my case it is Estrada), and the other is given by the mother (Piedra). However, if I use both, people think that Estrada is part of my first name, which creates a lot of confusions. So, I decided to use (at lest for the publications) only Trilce Estrada.
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My name is [[http://www.shearsman.com/pages/books/catalog/2005/vallejo_trilce.html | Trilce]] Estrada Pedra.  In Mexico we have two last names, one is given by the father (in my case it is Estrada), and the other is given by the mother (Piedra). However, if I use both, people think that Estrada is part of my first name, which creates a lot of confusions. So, I decided to use (at lest for the publications) only Trilce Estrada.
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I went to [[http://www.inaoep.mx | INAOE]] in 2002 after a 'real-life working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with [[http://www.cs.utep.edu/ofuentes/ | Dr Olac Fuentes]], a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of [[http://ccc.inaoep.mx/~leopoldo/ | Dr Leopoldo Altamirano]]. During that last year Dr Fuentes joined the [[http://www.utep.edu| University of Texas at El Paso]] and he meet my future supervisor there: [[http://gcl.cis.udel.edu/personal/taufer/index.php | Dr Michela Taufer]].
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I went to [[http://www.inaoep.mx | INAOE]] in 2002 after a 'real-life working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with [[http://www.cs.utep.edu/ofuentes/ | Dr Olac Fuentes]], a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. With ML you can do extraordinary things. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of [[http://ccc.inaoep.mx/~leopoldo/ | Dr Leopoldo Altamirano]]. During that last year Dr Fuentes joined the [[http://www.utep.edu| University of Texas at El Paso]] and he meet my future supervisor there: [[http://gcl.cis.udel.edu/personal/taufer/index.php | Dr Michela Taufer]].
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That way I found the opportunity of spending a two months at a research center in the north of Mexico. The center was the [[http://www.cicese.edu.mx/ | CICESE]], and I did a summer under the supervision of [[http://usuario.cicese.mx/~favela/ | Dr. Jesus Favela]]. It was a revealing experience (it was my first time away from home also) and I liked it so much that I decided I wanted to be a researcher. I wanted to combine science with computers, my favorite science at that time was astronomy and Dr Favela that was also my first mentor pointed me in the direction of INAOE, a research center focused on the study of astrophysics among other things.
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That way I found the opportunity of spending a two months at a research center in the north of Mexico. The center was the [[http://www.cicese.edu.mx/ | CICESE]], and I did a summer under the supervision of [[http://usuario.cicese.mx/~favela/ | Dr. Jesus Favela]]. It was a revealing experience (it was my first time away from home also) and I liked it so much that I decided I wanted to be a researcher. I wanted to combine science with computers, my favorite science at that time was astronomy and Dr Favela, that was also my first mentor, pointed me in the direction of INAOE, a research center focused on the study of astrophysics among other things.
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I went to INAOE in 2002 after a 'real-life working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with [[http://www.cs.utep.edu/ofuentes/ | Dr Olac Fuentes]], a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of Dr Leopoldo Altamirano. During that last year Dr Fuentes joined the [[http://www.utep.edu| University of Texas at El Paso]] and he meet my future supervisor there: [[http://gcl.cis.udel.edu/personal/taufer/index.php | Dr Michela Taufer]].
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I went to [[http://www.inaoep.mx | INAOE]] in 2002 after a 'real-life working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with [[http://www.cs.utep.edu/ofuentes/ | Dr Olac Fuentes]], a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of [[http://ccc.inaoep.mx/~leopoldo/ | Dr Leopoldo Altamirano]]. During that last year Dr Fuentes joined the [[http://www.utep.edu| University of Texas at El Paso]] and he meet my future supervisor there: [[http://gcl.cis.udel.edu/personal/taufer/index.php | Dr Michela Taufer]].
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Since August 2007 I am a PhD student at The University of Delaware. It has been the greatest experience of my life. Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I have learned so much from her and from many other faculty here that I am totally thankful. I also have great coworkers and the eternal support of my husband.
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Since August 2007 I am a PhD student at [[http://www.udel.edu | The University of Delaware]]. It has been the greatest experience of my life. Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I have learned so much from her and from many other faculty here that I am totally thankful. I also have great coworkers and the eternal support of my husband.
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After a year at UTEP, Dr Taufer decided she wanted to move to The University of Delaware and she invited me to move with her. I was scared, but after receiving the advise of Dr Fuentes and the support from my husband, family and friends.. I was on the road again.

Since August 2007 I am a PhD student at The University of Delaware. It has been the greatest experience of my life. Doing research with Dr Taufer helped me to grow not only as a professional, but also as a person. I have learned so much from her and from many other faculty here that I am totally thankful. I also have great coworkers and the eternal support of my husband.

Life at Delaware is beautiful (even in winter). Of course I miss my family and friends in Mexico, but I know they are always with me
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I moved to El Paso in 2006. It was the scariest experience of my life, moving alone, to a different country, with a different culture and language. I was fortunate enough to have old friends at UTEP [[http://www.hlt.utdallas.edu/~tsolorio/ | Thamar Solorio]], and of course my former supervisor Dr Fuentes where a major support. I was also lucky because my new supervisor, Dr Taufer, was very supportive. At UTEP I started a new professional epoch, working with proteins and distributed systems instead of galaxies and ML. It was a total challenge, but it was as difficult as exciting.
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I moved to El Paso in 2006. It was the scariest experience of my life, moving alone, to a different country, with a different culture and language. I was fortunate enough to have old friends at UTEP: [[http://www.hlt.utdallas.edu/~tsolorio/ | Dr. Thamar Solorio]], and of course my former supervisor Dr Fuentes where a major support. I was also lucky because my new supervisor, Dr Taufer, was very supportive. At UTEP I started a new professional epoch, working with proteins and distributed systems instead of galaxies and ML. It was a total challenge, but it was as difficult as exciting.
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That way I found the opportunity of spending a two months at a research center in the north of Mexico. The center was the [[http://www.cicese.edu.mx/ | CICESE]], and I did a summer under the supervision of [[http://usuario.cicese.mx/~favela/ | Dr. Jesus Favela]]. It was a revealing experience (it was my first time away from home also) and I liked it so much that I decided I wanted to be a researcher. I wanted to combine science with computers, my favorite science at that time was astronomy and Dr Favela that was also my first mentor pointed me in the direction of INAOE, a research center focused on the study of astrophysics among other things.
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I moved to El Paso in 2006. It was the scariest experience of my life, moving alone, to a different country, with a different culture and language. I was fortunate enough to have old friends at UTEP [[http://www.hlt.utdallas.edu/~tsolorio/ | Thamar Solorio]], and of course my former supervisor Dr Fuentes where a major support. I was also lucky because my new supervisor, Dr Taufer, was very supportive. At UTEP I started a new professional epoch, working with proteins and distributed systems instead of galaxies and ML. It was a total challenge, but it was as difficult as exciting.
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I went to INAOE in 2002 after a 'real-life working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with Dr Olac Fuentes, a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of Dr Leopoldo Altamirano. During that last year Dr Fuentes joined the [[http://www.utep.edu| University of Texas at El Paso]] and he meet my future supervisor there: Dr Michela Taufer.
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I went to INAOE in 2002 after a 'real-life working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with [[http://www.cs.utep.edu/ofuentes/ | Dr Olac Fuentes]], a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of Dr Leopoldo Altamirano. During that last year Dr Fuentes joined the [[http://www.utep.edu| University of Texas at El Paso]] and he meet my future supervisor there: [[http://gcl.cis.udel.edu/personal/taufer/index.php | Dr Michela Taufer]].
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I went to INAOE in 2002 after a 'real-life working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with Dr Olac Fuentes, a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of Dr Leopoldo Altamirano. During that last year Dr Fuentes joined the [[http://www.utep.edu| University of Texas at El Paso]] and he meet my future supervisor there: Dr Michela Taufer.

I moved to El Paso in 2006. It was the scariest experience of my life, moving alone, to a different country, with a different culture and language. I was fortunate enough to have old friends at UTEP [[http://www.hlt.utdallas.edu/~tsolorio/ | Thamar Solorio]], and of course my former supervisor Dr Fuentes where a major support. I was also lucky because my new supervisor, Dr Taufer, was very supportive. At UTEP a I started a new professional epoch, working with proteins and distributed systems instead of galaxies and ML.
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I went to INAOE in 2002 after a 'real-life working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with Dr Olac Fuentes, a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of Dr Leopoldo Altamirano. During that last year Dr Fuentes joined the [[http://www.utep.edu| University of Texas at El Paso]] and he meet my future supervisor there: Dr Michela Taufer
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I studied informatics at the University of Guadalajara, I never liked much my major, but I'm not the kind of person that leaves unfinished something. So, I finished my studies in 2001 (being top of my class) and started looking for something else than just databases...
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I studied informatics at the University of Guadalajara, I never liked much my major, but I'm not the kind of person that leaves something unfinished. So, I finished my studies in 2001 (being top of my class) and started looking for something else than just databases...
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I went to INAOE in 2002 after a 'real working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with Dr Olac Fuentes, a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of Dr Leopoldo Altamirano. During the last year Dr Fuentes joined the University of Texas at El Paso and he meet my future supervisor: Dr Michela Taufer
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I went to INAOE in 2002 after a 'real working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with Dr Olac Fuentes, a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of Dr Leopoldo Altamirano. During that last year Dr Fuentes joined the [[http://www.utep.edu| University of Texas at El Paso]] and he meet my future supervisor there: Dr Michela Taufer
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I went to INAOE in 2002 after a 'real working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it is my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with Dr Olac Fuentes, a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of Dr Leopoldo Altamirano. During the last year Dr Fuentes joined the University of Texas at El Paso and he meet my future supervisor: Dr Michela Taufer
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I am a PhD student in the Global Computing Lab lead by Dr Michela Taufer at the Computer and Information Sciences Department in the University of Delaware. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science at INAOE, Mexico, under the supervision of Dr. Olac Fuentes.
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!! How I ended up here

I studied informatics at the University of Guadalajara, I never liked much my major, but I'm not the kind of person that leaves unfinished something. So, I finished my studies in 2001 (being top of my class) and started looking for something else than just databases...

That way I found the opportunity of spending a two months at a research center in the north of Mexico. The center was the [[http://www.cicese.edu.mx/ | CICESE]], and I did a summer under the supervision of Dr. Jesus Favela. It was a revealing experience (it was my first time away from home also) and I liked it so much that I decided I wanted to be a researcher. I wanted to combine science with computers, my favorite science at that time was astronomy and Dr Favela that was also my first mentor pointed me in the direction of INAOE, a research center focused on the study of astrophysics among other things.

I went to INAOE in 2002 after a 'real working' experience. INAOE was, and I still feel it as my home. I meet my husband there and I made very good friends. During my time at INAOE I worked with Dr Olac Fuentes, a great researcher that used machine learning to predict relevant features of stars and galaxies. I felt in love with machine learning and did my master identifying the age of stellar populations, using a hierarchical method that combines several ML techniques. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science in 2004. Then I continued working at INAOE for one year but this time under the supervision of Dr Leopoldo Altamirano. During the last year Dr Fuentes joined the University of Texas at El Paso and he meet my future supervisor: Dr Michela Taufer
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!! About me
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In my free time I love the contact with the nature, I enjoy hiking and mountain biking; I like dancing and cooking; but what I engoy the most is reading. My favorite authors (including literature, philosophy and poetry) are: Bertrand Russell, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, Simone De Beauvoir, Milan Kundera, Kafka, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Neruda, Benedetti, Rafael Alberti, Federico Garcia Lorca, Hemingway, Karl Popper, Stephen Hawking, ... among others.

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In my free time I love the contact with the nature, I enjoy hiking and mountain biking; I like dancing and cooking; but what I enjoy the most is reading. My favorite authors (including literature, philosophy and poetry) are: Bertrand Russell, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, Simone De Beauvoir, Milan Kundera, Kafka, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Neruda, Benedetti, Rafael Alberti, Federico Garcia Lorca, Hemingway, Karl Popper, Stephen Hawking, ... among others.

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Recently I found the joy of the photography. Visit my flickr photo's gallery [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/trilce_estrada/ | HERE]]
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I am a PhD student in the Global Computing Lab lead by Dr Michela Taufer at the Computer and Information Sciences Department in the University of Delaware. I received my Master's degree in Computer Science at INAOE, Mexico, under the supervision of Dr. Olac Fuentes.


In my free time I love the contact with the nature, I enjoy hiking and mountain biking; I like dancing and cooking; but what I engoy the most is reading. My favorite authors (including literature, philosophy and poetry) are: Bertrand Russell, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, Simone De Beauvoir, Milan Kundera, Kafka, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Neruda, Benedetti, Rafael Alberti, Federico Garcia Lorca, Hemingway, Karl Popper, Stephen Hawking, ... among others.


Recently I found the joy of the photography. Visit my flickr photo's gallery [[http://www.flickr.com/photos/trilce_estrada/ | HERE]]