Welcome to my personal website. I am a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science at Florida International University. I study the applications of robotics in the ocean, including the spatiotemporal aspects of that environment. So far I have worked on developing new methods and techniques for navigation and localization of aquatic vehicles in GPS-denied places. I also have experience with modeling of environmental systems, e.g. greenhouses and coastal regions of the ocean. My research intersects artificial intelligence, robotics and oceanography.
I have taught for 15 years. I taught in college, English schools, universities, having experience with education of students with intellectual disabilities, elderly, adults, teenagers and children. Among the subjects I have lecture are Calculus I, Calculus II, Introduction to Robotics, Python, PHP, Introduction to Programming, English, Numerical Calculus, Analytic Geometry and Linear Algebra.