Alejandro was born in Puerto Rico, but moved to Virginia in 2014. He is most interested in developing algorithmic solutions and optimizing solutions to problems. His philosophy is that “less is more!”
Alejandro is studying statistics, and computer and computational sciences, at George Mason University. He will graduate with his bachelor’s degree in May of 2023, followed by a master’s degree in May of 2024.
What Alejandro is Working On
Alejandro is working with the ENSCO Rail team on a tool that reports rail degradation across a certain time period, and automatically exports PDFs and sends them to clients once a time-of-day passes.
“The projects that were available really drew my attention, and the proximity to my home was great as well.”
When he’s not at work, Alejandro loves to forage and grow fungi. He also says he tries to spend all his winter breaks skiing in Taos, New Mexico. He is a fan of the JuliaLang programming language, and an avid reader of speculative biology.