As teachers, we have the opportunity to guide students' discoveries, and learn a great deal in the process. I would be most interested in teaching classes in the area of manufacturing, maintainability, reliability, logistics and quality engineering. Unquestionably my favorite aspect of teaching is in working with students individually as an adviser. In my tenure at University of Las Villas I have been very active in giving advice and help to more junior graduate students, offering technical suggestions and ideas as well as helping them to refine and explain their projects. In many cases, I have been able to encourage students to fit their projects together to avoid overlap and increase the utility and power of their work. As a faculty member, I expect working with students to be one of the most rewarding aspects, both because it represents an opportunity to push forward research that I may not have time to explore, and because of the fresh ideas that the students will bring.
Undergraduate Degree: Cienfuegos University - Bachelor of Engineering, Industrial Engineering
Graduate Degree: Texas AM University - Masters in Business Administration, Business Administration and Management
Car maintenance and mechanical