I was born in 1994, Concepción, Chile.
I did my bachelor in Mathematics at Universidad de Concepción, between 2012 and 2013, during this period I studied Algebraic Geometry under the advice of Antonio Laface. My first encounter with Algebraic Geometry was focused on linear systems of hypersurfaces and problems around the SHGH conjecture.
In 2014, I started my master in Mathematics at Universidad de Concepción, and I devoted some time to do research in the topology and singularities of algebraic varieties with torus action. During this period my advisor was Antonio Laface and my co-advisor Alvaro Liendo.
Universidad de Concepción, Chile.
In Fall 2015, I started my Ph.D in Mathematics at University of Utah, USA. During my Ph.D I worked on questions around the minimal model program under the advice of Christopher Hacon. I finished my Ph.D in the summer of 2019. My thesis contained some new results regarding termination of flips.
University of Utah, USA.
In Fall 2019, I started working at Princeton University as an Instructor in Mathematics. Currently, I am focused on proving result for Kawamata log terminal singularities using techniques from projective geometry of the minimal model program.
Princeton University, USA.