- 28 September 2015: An article I authored with a group of collaborators, on the HCN and HCO+ emission from local (U)LIRGs, has been accepted for publication by The Astrophysical Journal and a preprint is available on the arXiv.
- 18 May 2015: The first TNT paper, summarizing the sample and presenting initial results has been published, as well as a study of the relationship between far-infrared color and infrared emission lines, and a near-infrared study of supernova 2010jl.
- 20 January 2015: A page briefly summarizing my public outreach interests has been created.
- 16 January 2015: Three papers I co-authored have recently been published, on: radio continuum observations of Arp 220, ALMA CO (6-5) and dust continuum observations of NGC 1614, and a search for AGN in (U)LIRGs using radio continuum observations.
Welcome! I am currently a postdoc in the Departamento de Astronomía at the Universidad de Concepción. My research is focused on luminous infrared galaxy mergers in the local universe and using them as tools to learn about galaxy evolution via a hybrid observational–numerical approach.
I also am the organizer for the weekly galaxy evolution discussion group at UdeC.