My main responsibilities at Supersolid include:
In the frame of RENEB, we are developing Biodose Tools, an Open Source R Shiny application to help professionals and researchers on Biological Dosimetry to perform several computations and statistical analyses. We also aim to clarify and document the tests used and to propose those considered most appropriate.
Our end-goal is to replace the current software used by different laboratories and to standardise the used statistical methods. This will have a major impact in Laboratory Intercomparison tests for Quality Assurance.
My master’s thesis (with Álvaro Corral and Isabel Serra as my thesis supervisors) consists of developing statistical methods using bootstrap, permutation tests, and clustering to study the influence of sea surface temperature on tropical-cyclone intensity.
Additionally, I have created a unified hurricane occurrences dataset with finer temporal temperature tracking than those currently available.
My bachelor’s thesis (with Álvaro Corral as my thesis supervisor) consists of the study of real hurricanes occurrences using some simple statistical models. The main skills I developed are:
Under the supervision of Alexander Roxin, I studied the macroscopic and microscopic description for networks of spiking neurons. The main skills I developed are: