Data scientist with strong background in physics, complex systems and statistics. Experience of +4 years using Python for data analysis, machine learning and teaching. Advance use of Git and Continuous Integration for a healthy software development life cycle. I am in the last step of my PhD studies in the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany. Currently I am looking for a full time job position in an area related with data science, data analysis or similar. I am a Colombian who enjoys to learn, travel and practice sports. In this website I want to show you a little of my professional life and share some experiences and knowledge.
Analyze business related data to report or improve key factors about the customer-company interaction. Application of Python in different data science projects in the company. Improve the Google AdWords conversion import from externally attributed conversions to improve the selection of users to advertise the product. Implementation of an uplift model to prioritize the customers to be contacted from our sales team. Advance use of git, continuous integration and testing to fulfill the code requirements of the company. Cooperation with senior data scientists to implement relevant code for the company. Use of SQL to create tables for different data analysis relevant for the projects of the team.August, 2020 - January, 2021
I work in a really new and interesting field of physics: econophysics. Econophyics is an interdisciplinary research field that uses concepts in physics to solve problems in economics. You can take a look of my work in my GitHub repository.October, 2018 - Present
Here I made an interesting research related to the practical application of physics concepts in a central bank-specific context. My first professional experience in Germany.April, 2021 - July, 2021
During the summer semester I solved the exercises of the Econophysics course that is coordinated by the Research Group Guhr. In the winter semester I taught the Data Analysis Laboratory coordinated by the Faculty of Physics.April, 2019 - April, 2021