Welcome to my personal website!
It had always been my perspective to be helpful for other people and to engineer a better environment for the people. After receiving my high school diploma, I decided to study Civil Eng. in university. During my undergraduate studies, I realized that how deeply my country is suffering from different types of pollution and lack of environmental conversations.
Currently, as a graduate student of Civil Engineering at Northeastern University, I am passionate about enhancing the connection between environmental sciences and civil engineering for a comprehensive sustainability in the world. Therefore, my vision for the future is to be involved in implementing environmental protection principles in every single project by connecting my theoretical studies and research activities into practice.
Working as a Graduate Research Assistant at PROTECT Center (Puerto Rico Testsite for Exploring Contamination Threats), I conduct research on groundwater modeling and hydrology with focus on Northern Puerto Rico as the case study location. This region has highly polluted groundwater due to high permeability of its karst aquifers. This has led to several environmental and social impacts in the area.
Being complemented by my colleagues for my research activities and deep concerns in the issues related to Civil and Environmental Engineering and also Sustainable Development, I look for insight as to how I can best position myself in a role for enhancing the quality of life of the people and also building a better future for the next generation.