• Bio

    I was an enthusiastic participant in math olympics in Argentina during high school.  I did my undergraduate degree at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Buenos Aires. I then moved to the University of Washington to complete my PhD under the supervision of Boris Solomyak

    Afterwards I held postdoc positions at the universities of Jyväskylä (Finland) and Manchester (UK) and was a research fellow at the University of Surrey (UK). I was also a member of MSRI for a semester in 2008, and of ICERM in 2016.

    I have returned to Argentina to join the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of Torcuato Di Tella University as an associate professor, from June 2013. I am also an adjunct researcher at CONICET.

    I've given short courses at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina (2010 and 2015), University of Oulu, Finland (2011), University of Mar del Plata, Argentina (2011), and University of Jyväskylä, Finland (2015), and had research stays at IMPA, Microsoft Research, Chinese University of Hong Kong,  University of Helsinki, and Hebrew University of Jerusalem, among others.

    In July 2016 I received the UMALCA prize at the Vth Latin American Congress of Mathematicians in Barranquilla, Colombia.

    You can download my full CV here (updated 9/2016).
  • Contact

    Postal addressAv. Figueroa Alcorta 7350 (C1428BCW). Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. Argentina.
    Phone number
    (54 11) 5169 7000.
    E-mail address: (first letter of first name)(last name)(at)utdt(dot)edu
  • Research Interests

    My work generally spans the areas of fractal geometry and ergodic theory, although I am also interested in connections to analysis, probability and combinatorics.

    In particular, my recent work is concerned with:

    • Geometric properties of (random and deterministic) fractals of dynamical and combinatorial origin.
    • Applications of fractal geometry in ergodic theory and analysis. 
    • New connections between geometric measure theory and ergodic theory.
    • Self-affine sets and the subadditive thermodynamic formalism.