2000 – 2005 Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, University of Minnesota, U.SA. Thesis: "Modeling, Analysis and Theoretical Exploration of the Metabolism of Mammalian Cells in Culture "
1994 – 2000 Professional Degree in Biotechnology Engineering, University of Chile. Thesis “Purification of Plasmid in Aqueous Two-Phases Systems”.
1994 –1997 Bachelor Degree in Engineering Sciences, Biotechnology Major, University of Chile
1 publication in international journals, ISI; with peer review (in English).
1999-2000 University of Chile, Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Department of Chemical Engineering, CIByB (Centre for Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology)
Thesis Student. Topic: “Utilization of Aqueous Two-Phases Systems to the purifications of plasmids..
2001-2005 University of Minnesota, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.
Topic: “Nonlinear Model Reduction”, Sponsor: American Chemical Society-Petroleum Research Fund.
Topic: “Mammalian Cell Culture and Metabolism Modeling”, Sponsor: BioTechnology Institute, University of Minnesota; Merck.
1997-1999 “Outstanding Student”, Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, University of Chile.
Mammalian Cells Culture (design of environment culture, production of virus, scale up).
Modelling and Optimization of Culture Systems.
Modelling of Metabolic Networks.
Control of Bioprocess.