At the age of 17 I decided that it was time to try a new city, hence I moved to Manizales, becoming a student in Electronic Engineering at Universidad Nacional de Colombia. I played a lot of basketball there, sport that I love. I was part of the professional team los Sabios de Manizales. In 2004 I received my Bachelors Degree and I began working in signal processing.
Later on I moved to Bogotá to start my masters at Universidad de los Andes, becoming a member of the Laboratorio de Señales. I did my thesis with Professor Alfredo Restrepo in signal processing. I received my Masters Degree in 2006. I worked for one year as research assistant in nonlinear filter analysis; meanwhile, I was a lecturer in Universidad Santo Tomas in Fourier analysis and Probability Theory.
In July of 2007 I became an assistant teacher of the Department of Electronics of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá. I belong to the researching group SIRP and I work in areas like Computer Vision, Image Processing and Pattern Recognition. I teach signal processing courses in undergraduate and graduate programs. In 2009 I worked 3 months with Professor Peter Sturm in the INRIA Grenoble Rhone Alpes laboratory in Multiple View Geometry and Radial Distortion Correction. Currently I pursuing my phD in Mathematics and Informatics in the Grenoble University, in France, working with Professor James Crowley in the PRIMA team (INRIA Grenoble Rhône-Alpes / LIG Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble).