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Travel Grants

  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware.Travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology 2010
  • NSF travel award to attend the 2010 Academic Workshops for Under-represented Junior Faculty and Senior Graduate Students, Houston, TX, March 2010.
  • Grace Hopper Scholarship, travel award to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, 2009.
  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware. Travel award to attend the IEEE International Symposium in Cluster Computing and the Grid 2009
  • Usenix travel grant to attend the Workshop on Supporting Diversity in Systems Research, held in conjunction with OSDI, San Diego, CA, December 2008
  • Alumni enrichment award. University of Delaware. Travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2008
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Present - Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware. Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

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2013 - Present Assistant Professor, University of New Mexico

2012 - 2013 Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

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2012 PhD in Computer Science. University of Delaware, Delaware, USA

2004 MS. in Computer Science. Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica Óptica y Electrónica (INAOE), Puebla, México

2001 BCS. In Computer Systems. Universidad de Guadalajara, Jalisco, México

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PhD in Computer Science. University of Delaware, Delaware, USA

MS. in Computer Science. Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica Óptica y Electrónica (INAOE), Puebla, México

BCS. In Computer Systems. Universidad de Guadalajara, Jalisco, México

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  • IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (2009)
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  • IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (2009)
  • LiC - Latinas in Computing (2009)
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  • Reengineering high-throughput molecular datasets using MapReduce. Imperial College of London, June 2012. View announcement
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  • Reengineering high-throughput molecular datasets using MapReduce. Imperial College of London, June 2012. Announcement
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  • Frank A. Pehrson Graduate Student Achievement Award in Computer and Information Sciences. Monetary award given annually to one CIS graduate student in recognition of outstanding performance and future potential in the field. Newark, Delaware, May 2012 Picture of the ceremony
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  • Frank A. Pehrson Graduate Student Achievement Award in Computer and Information Sciences. Monetary award given annually to one CIS graduate student in recognition of outstanding performance and future potential in the field. Newark, Delaware, May 2012 Picture after the ceremony
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  • Lauri Pfeffer Shinn memorial award. Computer and Information Sciences University of Delaware 2009. Given annually to a women CIS student in recognition of contributions to the CIS department and/or academic success (pictures)
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  • Lauri Pfeffer Shinn memorial award. Computer and Information Sciences University of Delaware 2009. Given annually to a women CIS student in recognition of contributions to the CIS department and/or academic success (pictures)
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  • Fank A. Pehrson Graduate Student Achievement Award in Computer and Information Sciences. Monetary award given annually to one CIS graduate student in recognition of outstanding performance and future potential in the field. Newark, Delaware, May 2012 Picture of the ceremony
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  • Frank A. Pehrson Graduate Student Achievement Award in Computer and Information Sciences. Monetary award given annually to one CIS graduate student in recognition of outstanding performance and future potential in the field. Newark, Delaware, May 2012 Picture of the ceremony
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  • Fank A. Pehrson Graduate Student Achievement Award in Computer and Information Sciences. Monetary award given annually to one CIS graduate student in recognition of outstanding performance and future potential in the field. Newark, Delaware, May 2012
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  • Fank A. Pehrson Graduate Student Achievement Award in Computer and Information Sciences. Monetary award given annually to one CIS graduate student in recognition of outstanding performance and future potential in the field. Newark, Delaware, May 2012 Picture of the ceremony
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  • Reengineering high-throughput molecular datasets using MapReduce. Imperial College of London, June 2012. View announcement
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  • Reengineering high-throughput molecular datasets using MapReduce. Imperial College of London, June 2012. View announcement
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  • Reengineering high-throughput molecular datasets using MapReduce. Imperial College of London, June 2012. View announcement
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Invited Talks

  • Reengineering high-throughput molecular datasets using MapReduce. Imperial College of London, June 2012
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Service

  • CIS representative of WiE (Women in Engineering) of the University of Delaware, July 2010 - 2012
  • Volunteer, Supercomputing 2009, SC09, Portland OR, November 15 - 20, 2009
  • Volunteer, Supercomputing 2008, SC08, Austin TX, November 15 - 20, 2008
  • CISters coordinator and Webmaster. (http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~cisters) CISters is a group of women in technology-related fields at the University of Delaware. September 2008 - 2012
  • Volunteer, CRA-W/CDC Systems Mentoring Workshop, June 2008
  • Volunteer, Supercomputing 2007, SC07, Nevada, November 10 - 16, 2007
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  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware.Travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology 2010
  • NSF travel award to attend the 2010 Academic Workshops for Under-represented Junior Faculty and Senior Graduate Students, Houston, TX, March 2010.
  • Grace Hopper Scholarship, travel award to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, 2009.
  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware. Travel award to attend the IEEE International Symposium in Cluster Computing and the Grid 2009
  • Usenix travel grant to attend the Workshop on Supporting Diversity in Systems Research, held in conjunction with OSDI, San Diego, CA, December 2008
  • Alumni enrichment award. University of Delaware. Travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2008
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  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware.Travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology 2010
  • NSF travel award to attend the 2010 Academic Workshops for Under-represented Junior Faculty and Senior Graduate Students, Houston, TX, March 2010.
  • Grace Hopper Scholarship, travel award to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, 2009.
  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware. Travel award to attend the IEEE International Symposium in Cluster Computing and the Grid 2009
  • Usenix travel grant to attend the Workshop on Supporting Diversity in Systems Research, held in conjunction with OSDI, San Diego, CA, December 2008
  • Alumni enrichment award. University of Delaware. Travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2008
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  • ACM - Association for Computing Machinery (2008)
  • AWIS - Association for Women in Science (2008)
  • IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (2009)
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  • ACM - Association for Computing Machinery (2008)
  • AWIS - Association for Women in Science (2008)
  • IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (2009)
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Present - Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware. Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

2007 - 2012 Student research assistant at the Global Computing Lab Project: DAPLDS University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

Jun 2010 - Sep 2010 Summer research intern at IBM T.J. Watson (Hawthorne) Project: Galapagos - Performance discovery for multi-tier business applications. Manager: Dr. Birgit Pfitzman, Mentor: Dr. Nikolai Joukov

2006 Student research assistant at the Global Computing Lab Project: DAPLDS University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas. Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

2005 Software Developer in Dr. Altamirano’s Research Group Project: Optoelectronic system Garfio 2, and YAOIMATI war game simulator INAOE, Puebla, Mexico Supervisor: Dr. Leopoldo Altamirano

2001 - 2002 Software Developer SURH. General hospital of Guadalajara Guadalajara, Mexico

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Present - Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware. Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

2007 - 2012 Student research assistant at University of Delaware Project: DAPLDS, Newark, Delaware. Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

Jun 2010 - Sep 2010 Summer research intern at IBM T.J. Watson (Hawthorne) Project: Galapagos - Performance discovery for multi-tier business applications. Manager: Dr. Birgit Pfitzman, Mentor: Dr. Nikolai Joukov

2006 Student research assistant at University of Texas at El Paso. Project: DAPLDS, El Paso, Texas. Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

2005 Software Developer at INAOE's Vision Lab. Project: Optoelectronic system Garfio 2, and YAOIMATI war game simulator, Puebla, Mexico Supervisor: Dr. Leopoldo Altamirano

2001 - 2002 Software Developer at the General hospital of Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico

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  • Fank A. Pehrson Graduate Student Achievement Award in Computer and Information Sciences. Monetary award given annually to one CIS graduate student in recognition of outstanding performance and future potential in the field. Newark, Delaware, May 2012
  • University Graduate Fellow Award, academic year Sep 2010- May 2011.
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  • Fank A. Pehrson Graduate Student Achievement Award in Computer and Information Sciences. Monetary award given annually to one CIS graduate student in recognition of outstanding performance and future potential in the field. Newark, Delaware, May 2012
  • University Graduate Fellow Award, academic year Sep 2010- May 2011.
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  • Lauri Pfeffer Shinn memorial award. Computer and Information Sciences University of Delaware 2009. Given annually to a women CIS student in recognition of contributions to the CIS department and/or academic success (pictures)
  • Conacyt fellowship (four year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in U.S.A., September 2006 – August 2010
  • Conacyt fellowship (two year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in Mexico, September 2002 – August 2004
  • Outstanding student of the superior education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Major in computer systems. Class of 2001, Jalisco, Mexico, 2001 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class )
  • Outstanding student of the high education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Class of 1997, Jalisco, Mexico, 1997 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class )
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  • Lauri Pfeffer Shinn memorial award. Computer and Information Sciences University of Delaware 2009. Given annually to a women CIS student in recognition of contributions to the CIS department and/or academic success (pictures)
  • Conacyt fellowship (four year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in U.S.A., September 2006 – August 2010
  • Conacyt fellowship (two year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in Mexico, September 2002 – August 2004
  • Outstanding student of the superior education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Major in computer systems. Class of 2001, Jalisco, Mexico, 2001 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class )
  • Outstanding student of the high education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Class of 1997, Jalisco, Mexico, 1997 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class )
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2012 PhD in Computer Science. University of Delaware, Delaware, USA

2004 MS. in Computer Science Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica Óptica y Electrónica (INAOE), Puebla, México

2001 BCS. In Computer Systems Universidad de Guadalajara, Jalisco, México

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2012 PhD in Computer Science. University of Delaware, Delaware, USA

2004 MS. in Computer Science. Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica Óptica y Electrónica (INAOE), Puebla, México

2001 BCS. In Computer Systems. Universidad de Guadalajara, Jalisco, México

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  • CIS representative of WiE (Women in Engineering) of the University of Delaware, July 2010 - present
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  • CIS representative of WiE (Women in Engineering) of the University of Delaware, July 2010 - 2012
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  • CISters coordinator and Webmaster. (http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~cisters) CISters is a group of women in technology-related fields at the University of Delaware. September 2008 - present
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  • CISters coordinator and Webmaster. (http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~cisters) CISters is a group of women in technology-related fields at the University of Delaware. September 2008 - 2012
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Present - Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware. Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

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Present PhD Candidate at the Computer and Information Science. University of Delaware

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2012 PhD in Computer Science. University of Delaware, Delaware, USA

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2007 - present Student research assistant at the Global Computing Lab Project: DAPLDS University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

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Present - Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware

2007 - 2012 Student research assistant at the Global Computing Lab Project: DAPLDS University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

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  • Fank A. Pehrson Graduate Student Achievement Award in Computer and Information Sciences. Monetary award given annually to one CIS graduate student in recognition of outstanding performance and future potential in the field. Newark, Delaware, May 2012
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  • IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (2009)
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  • IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (2009)
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Jun 2010 - Sep 2010 Summer research intern at IBM T.J. Watson (Hawthorne) Project: Galapagos - Performance discovery for multi-tier business applications. Manager: Birgit Pfitzman, Mentor: Nikolai Joukov

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Jun 2010 - Sep 2010 Summer research intern at IBM T.J. Watson (Hawthorne) Project: Galapagos - Performance discovery for multi-tier business applications. Manager: Dr. Birgit Pfitzman, Mentor: Dr. Nikolai Joukov

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  • Outstanding student of the superior education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Mayor in computer systems. Class of 2001, Jalisco, Mexico, 2001 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class )
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  • Outstanding student of the superior education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Major in computer systems. Class of 2001, Jalisco, Mexico, 2001 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class )
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  • Conacyt fellowship (three year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in U.S.A., September 2006 – August 2010
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  • Conacyt fellowship (four year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in U.S.A., September 2006 – August 2010
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  • CIS representative of WiE (Women in Engineering) of the University of Delaware, July 2010 - present
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  • CIS representative of WiE (Women in Engineering) of the University of Delaware, Jun 2010 - present
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Jun 2010 - Sep 2010 Summer research intern at IBM T.J. Watson (Hawthorne) Project: Galapagos - Performance discovery for multi-tier business applications. Manager: Birgit Pfitzman, Mentor: Nikolai Joukov

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  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware. $1,000 USD travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology 2010
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  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware.Travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology 2010
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  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware. $1,000 USD travel award to attend the IEEE International Symposium in Cluster Computing and the Grid 2009
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  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware. Travel award to attend the IEEE International Symposium in Cluster Computing and the Grid 2009
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  • Alumni enrichment award. University of Delaware. $2,000 USD travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2008
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  • Alumni enrichment award. University of Delaware. Travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2008
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  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware. $1,000 USD travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology 2010
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  • University Graduate Fellow Award, academic year Sep 2010- May 2011.
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  • NSF travel award to attend the Academic Career Workshop for Underrepresented Ethnic Minorities, Houston, TX, March 2010.
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  • NSF travel award to attend the 2010 Academic Workshops for Under-represented Junior Faculty and Senior Graduate Students, Houston, TX, March 2010.
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  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware. $1,000 USD travel award to attend the IEEE International Symposium in Cluster Computing and the Grid 2009
  • Usenix travel grant to attend the Workshop on Supporting Diversity in Systems Research, held in conjunction with OSDI, San Diego, CA, December 2008
  • Alumni enrichment award. University of Delaware. $2,000 USD travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2008
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Travel Grants

  • NSF travel award to attend the Academic Career Workshop for Underrepresented Ethnic Minorities, Houston, TX, March 2010.
  • Grace Hopper Scholarship, travel award to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, 2009.
  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware. $1,000 USD travel award to attend the IEEE International Symposium in Cluster Computing and the Grid 2009
  • Usenix travel grant to attend the Workshop on Supporting Diversity in Systems Research, held in conjunction with OSDI, San Diego, CA, December 2008
  • Alumni enrichment award. University of Delaware. $2,000 USD travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2008
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  • Second place at the SC09 Student Scientific Programming Contest, Portland OR, 2009
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  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware. $1,000 USD travel award to attend the IEEE International Symposium in Cluster Computing and the Grid 2009
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  • Volunteer, Supercomputing 2008, SC08, Texas, November 15 - 20, 2008
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  • Volunteer, Supercomputing 2009, SC09, Portland OR, November 15 - 20, 2009
  • Volunteer, Supercomputing 2008, SC08, Austin TX, November 15 - 20, 2008
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Selected Projects

2009 EmBOINC. The BOINC Emulator is a trace driven emulator that statistically models thousands of clients in a client/server volunteer computing paradigm. I designed and implemented EmBOINC as an open-source research tool to investigate the impact of scheduling, generation, and validation policies in the performance of BOINC projects. EmBOINC is implemented in C and C++ and can be conditionally compiled in the current BOINC distribution. Read more at http://gcl.cis.udel.edu/projects/emboinc/

2008 – 2009 Docking@Home. Docking@Home (D@H) is a volunteer computing project comprising more than 25,000 volunteered computers. D@H performs high-throughput virtual screening of protein-ligand docking. My achievements in this project consist on identifying statistical flaws in the scoring function of the docking algorithm, as well as developing a method to accurately identify native-like docked structures under uncertainty. The middleware is BOINC (C, C++ and MySql). The analysis is in Matlab and Perl. http://docking.cis.udel.edu/

2007 Automatic generation of scheduling policies for volunteer computing (VC) projects. I designed and implemented a distributed genetic algorithm to automatically generate scheduling policies in a VC environment. Contrary to human-designed policies, this system was able to produce a set of scheduling policies capable of keeping high throughput across different VC projects. In addition, those policies, were robust to various levels of volatility and heterogeneity of the environment. This project was implemented in C, MPI, and Perl.

2004 Identification of stellar populations in galactic spectra. Using the widths and shape of certain lines in a galactic spectra I was able to detect the age of different stellar populations in a galaxy. To do so, I designed and implemented a ‘hierarchical ensemble’ of classifiers. Results exhibited an improved accuracy compared to traditional template-based searching methods for both: synthetic and real galactic spectra. The preprocessing of spectra was written in Matlab, and the hierarchical ensemble in C.

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  • Conacyt fellowship (three year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in U.S.A., September 2006 – August 2009, $30,000 USD per year
  • Conacyt fellowship (two year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in Mexico, September 2002 – August 2004, $8,000 USD per year
  • Outstanding student of the superior education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Mayor in computer systems. Class of 2001, Jalisco, Mexico, 2001 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class - 3/100)
  • Outstanding student of the high education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Class of 1997, Jalisco, Mexico, 1997 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class - 3/300)
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  • Conacyt fellowship (three year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in U.S.A., September 2006 – August 2010
  • Conacyt fellowship (two year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in Mexico, September 2002 – August 2004
  • Outstanding student of the superior education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Mayor in computer systems. Class of 2001, Jalisco, Mexico, 2001 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class )
  • Outstanding student of the high education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Class of 1997, Jalisco, Mexico, 1997 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class )
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Selected Projects

2009 EmBOINC. The BOINC Emulator is a trace driven emulator that statistically models thousands of clients in a client/server volunteer computing paradigm. I designed and implemented EmBOINC as an open-source research tool to investigate the impact of scheduling, generation, and validation policies in the performance of BOINC projects. EmBOINC is implemented in C and C++ and can be conditionally compiled in the current BOINC distribution. Read more at http://gcl.cis.udel.edu/projects/emboinc/

2008 – 2009 Docking@Home. Docking@Home (D@H) is a volunteer computing project comprising more than 25,000 volunteered computers. D@H performs high-throughput virtual screening of protein-ligand docking. My achievements in this project consist on identifying statistical flaws in the scoring function of the docking algorithm, as well as developing a method to accurately identify native-like docked structures under uncertainty. The middleware is BOINC (C, C++ and MySql). The analysis is in Matlab and Perl. http://docking.cis.udel.edu/

2007 Automatic generation of scheduling policies for volunteer computing (VC) projects. I designed and implemented a distributed genetic algorithm to automatically generate scheduling policies in a VC environment. Contrary to human-designed policies, this system was able to produce a set of scheduling policies capable of keeping high throughput across different VC projects. In addition, those policies, were robust to various levels of volatility and heterogeneity of the environment. This project was implemented in C, MPI, and Perl.

2004 Identification of stellar populations in galactic spectra. Using the widths and shape of certain lines in a galactic spectra I was able to detect the age of different stellar populations in a galaxy. To do so, I designed and implemented a ‘hierarchical ensemble’ of classifiers. Results exhibited an improved accuracy compared to traditional template-based searching methods for both: synthetic and real galactic spectra. The preprocessing of spectra was written in Matlab, and the hierarchical ensemble in C.

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  • Lauri Pfeffer Shinn memorial award. Computer and Information Sciences University of Delaware 2009. Given annually to a women CIS student in recognition of contributions to the CIS department and/or academic success (pictures)
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  • Lauri Pfeffer Shinn memorial award. Computer and Information Sciences University of Delaware 2009. (pictures)
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  • Travel grant to attend the Workshop on Supporting Diversity in Systems Research, held in conjunction with OSDI, San Diego, CA, December 2008
  • Alumni Enrichment Award. University of Delaware. $2,000 USD travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2008
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  • Lauri Pfeffer Shinn memorial award. Computer and Information Sciences University of Delaware 2009.
  • Professional development award. Univeristy of Delaware. $1,000 USD travel award to attend the IEEE International Symposium in Cluster Computing and the Grid 2009.
  • Usenix travel grant to attend the Workshop on Supporting Diversity in Systems Research, held in conjunction with OSDI, San Diego, CA, December 2008
  • Alumni enrichment award. University of Delaware. $2,000 USD travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2008
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  • Outstanding student of the superior education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Mayor in computer systems. Class of 2001, Jalisco, Mexico, 2001 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class - 3/100)
  • Outstanding student of the high education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Class of 1997, Jalisco, Mexico, 1997 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class - 3/300)
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  • AWIS - Association for Women in Science (2008)
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  • AWIS - Association for Women in Science (2008)
  • IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (2009)
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Publications

Visit the page of publications

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Scholarships and Awards

  • Student Grant to attend the Diversity workshop held in conjunction with OSDI 2008, San Diego, California, December 2008
  • Student Volunteer fellowship to attend Supercomputing 2008, SC08, Texas, November 15 - 21, 2008
  • University of Delaware Alumni Enrichment Award. Stipend to attend the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2008, Ischia, Italy
  • Student Volunteer fellowship to attend Supercomputing 2007, SC07, Nevada, November 10 - 16, 2007
  • Conacyt fellowship (three year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in U.S.A., September 2006 – August 2009
  • National Institute of Health - Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center scholarship to attend the MARC workshop - Developing Bioinformatics Programs, Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center, Pittsburgh, July 17-28, 2006
  • Conacyt fellowship (two year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in Mexico, September 2002 – August 2004
  • Outstanding student of the UdeG’s Professional Educational System, Computer Engineering class of 2001, Jalisco, Mexico, 2001
  • Mexican Academy of Science (AMC) two months scholarship to study the summer at CICESE, BCN, Mexico, June 2001 – August 2001
  • Outstanding student of the UdeG’s Medium Educational System. Class of 1997, Jalisco, Mexico, 1997
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Awards and Scholarships

  • Travel grant to attend the Workshop on Supporting Diversity in Systems Research, held in conjunction with OSDI, San Diego, CA, December 2008
  • Alumni Enrichment Award. University of Delaware. $2,000 USD travel award to attend the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2008
  • Conacyt fellowship (three year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in U.S.A., September 2006 – August 2009, $30,000 USD per year
  • Conacyt fellowship (two year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in Mexico, September 2002 – August 2004, $8,000 USD per year
  • Outstanding student of the superior education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Mayor in computer systems. Class of 2001, Jalisco, Mexico, 2001 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class)
  • Outstanding student of the high education system of the Universidad de Guadalajara. Class of 1997, Jalisco, Mexico, 1997 (This award is given to the Top-3 students of the class)

Service

  • Volunteer, Supercomputing 2008, SC08, Texas, November 15 - 20, 2008
  • CISters coordinator and Webmaster. (http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~cisters) CISters is a group of women in technology-related fields at the University of Delaware. September 2008 - present
  • Volunteer, CRA-W/CDC Systems Mentoring Workshop, June 2008
  • Volunteer, Supercomputing 2007, SC07, Nevada, November 10 - 16, 2007

Professional Affiliations

  • ACM - Association for Computing Machinery (2008)
  • AWIS - Association for Women in Science (2008)
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  • Student Grant to attend the Diversity workshop held in conjunction with OSDI 2008, San Diego, California, December 2008
  • Student Volunteer fellowship to attend Supercomputing 2008, SC08, Texas, November 15 - 21, 2008
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  • Student Volunteer fellowship to attend Supercomputing 2008, SC08, Texas, November 15 - 21, 2007
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Student Volunteer fellowship to attend Supercomputing 2007, SC07, Nevada, November 10 - 16, 2007

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  • Student Volunteer fellowship to attend Supercomputing 2007, SC07, Nevada, November 10 - 16, 2007
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Education

2004 MS. in Computer Science Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica Óptica y Electrónica (INAOE), Puebla, México

2001 BCS. In Computer Systems Universidad de Guadalajara, Jalisco, México

Positions

2007 - present Student research assistant at the Global Computing Lab Project: DAPLDS University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

2006 Student research assistant at the Global Computing Lab Project: DAPLDS University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas. Supervisor: Dr. Michela Taufer

2005 Software Developer in Dr. Altamirano’s Research Group Project: Optoelectronic system Garfio 2, and YAOIMATI war game simulator INAOE, Puebla, Mexico Supervisor: Dr. Leopoldo Altamirano

2001 - 2002 Software Developer SURH. General hospital of Guadalajara Guadalajara, Mexico

Scholarships and Awards

  • University of Delaware Alumni Enrichment Award. Stipend to attend the ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2008, Ischia, Italy

Student Volunteer fellowship to attend Supercomputing 2007, SC07, Nevada, November 10 - 16, 2007

  • Conacyt fellowship (three year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in U.S.A., September 2006 – August 2009
  • National Institute of Health - Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center scholarship to attend the MARC workshop - Developing Bioinformatics Programs, Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center, Pittsburgh, July 17-28, 2006
  • Conacyt fellowship (two year fellowship from the Mexican government) for graduate studies in Mexico, September 2002 – August 2004
  • Outstanding student of the UdeG’s Professional Educational System, Computer Engineering class of 2001, Jalisco, Mexico, 2001
  • Mexican Academy of Science (AMC) two months scholarship to study the summer at CICESE, BCN, Mexico, June 2001 – August 2001
  • Outstanding student of the UdeG’s Medium Educational System. Class of 1997, Jalisco, Mexico, 1997