Eric Rubiel Dolores Cuenca.
Postdoctoral research associate
Department of Scientific Computing &
Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering FSU
Justus Harris and me won the Adaption competition in the category of art+data. Adaptation is an EU commission funded competition and exhibit highlighting the potential of the Internet of things.
We exhibited our work in Berlin. Adaptation, Fountains
I am volunteering with groups of people looking for their missing relatives in Mexico.
A couple of years ago I volunteered to organize international cultural protest against killing of women in Mexico. That means: I coordinated the creation of a book of indigenous poetry,
I gave advise about art expositions in Chicago, among other peaceful activities. The only goal was to allow the mexican population to express their disconfort with the terrible situation.
Ciudad Juarez also
Volunteer at AccessibleNU: I helped a couple of students with a disability to catch up on their math courses.
Volunteer at 7th Annual IACS Diversity Career Expo.
Math 234 summer quarter, Multivariable calculus at Northwestern University.
I coordinated a highschool chess team, our biggest achievement was at the 4th Annual Mid-Atlantic Grade Champioship:
First place in the category of teams 9th grade.
Second place in the category of teams 11/12th grade.
3th place individual performance for 9th grade.
5th place individual performance for 11/12th grade.
I am familiar with algorithm theory.
I can code in python3, C and basic assembly language.
Data analyst for the project Making a criminal. (Tested on Google Chrome).
I showed that while deportations have decreased, federal criminal prosecutions of immigrants across the U.S. have steadily increased.
Regular at Chi Hacknight Chicago's weekly hackathon.
Attended courses on: Desing and analysis of experiments, and Analysis of algorithms.
I organized the FSU hackathon and I am currently running a summer seminar on Machine learning.
SAS Certificates:SAS essentials , SQL essentials , Introduction to Statistical Concepts, Introduction to Anova, regression and logistic regression.
Operads, Drinfeld associators, homological algebra, category theory.
I worked with Dmitry Tamarkin on DG operads.
Preprint: On regions of convergence of hyperholomorphic functions".
While I was an undergrad I showed how to extend the Cauchy-Hadamard theorem to quaternionic analysis,
the methods allowed us to prove a couple of Abel's theorems about convergence of (hyperholomorphic) series
Here is the complete thesis in Spanish.
Associators, Formality and Invariants seminar.
I have spent time learning about non-commutativity and analysis with Shapiro Fishman, homotopy and categories with Lupercio Lara, and Operads with ( Dmitry Tamarkin ). Naturally I am intrigued by the theory of Drinfeld associators, so I organized a seminar called:
Associators, Formality and Invariants, where I talked about EK-quantization of lie bialgebras, Homotopy Gerstenhaber algebras and formality, among other topics.
Here are some notes.
(notes) from Licata's course: Braid group actions from representation theory).
My own notes on A infinity algebras (I was told there was an associator involved...)
My own notes on Genus-zero TQFTs and operads from the seminar on: Reshetikhin Turaev Invariants.
I'm coauthor of the article: Growth of (Re,
Pb)-Ca-Ba-Cu-Ag-O Precursor films by spray Pyrolysis Technique,
Symposium Solar Cells \& Solar Energy Materials, XIV International
Materials Research Congress 2005, Abstracts Book p. 32.