I'm an assistant professor at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez in Santiago de Chile.
I do research on exoplanets, the planets around other stars. I specialize in demographical studies of exoplanet populations, and connect these with numerical models of planet formation and observations of protoplanetary disks, to learn how planets form and evolve.
Previously I was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Chicago and the University of Arizona, and I got my PhD from the University of Amsterdam.
I'm also part of part of the EOS/Alien Earths team: Check out the Genesis database of planet formation models!
My library of publications can be found here, and I wrote a review chapter about the relations between exoplanets and their host star properties for the Handbook of Exoplanets.
I also co-advise graduate student Rachel Fernandes who discovered a break in the semi-major axis distribution of giant planets!
The code for the exoplanet population observation simulator epos can be found on github, with documentation.
If you're curious how my name is pronounced, click here.