Mathematical and Statistical Programming Consultant

Technical Consultant #1587


  • Mathematical and statistical programming.
  • Computational fluid dynamics.
  • Parallel programming.
  • Multi-objective optimization.
  • Finite Element Analysis.
  • Neural networks.
  • Nonlinear regression.
  • Benchmarking super computer applications and systems.
  • Applied mathematics, such as agricultural distribution systems.
  • Meshless approximation methods.
  • Nonlinear optimization.
  • Bilingual, fluent Spanish and English.

Programming Tools

  • Fortran 77/90/95
  • C, Java
  • C#.NET
  • Perl
  • Python
  • Visual Studio 2005 and 2008
  • Matlab
  • PV-Wave
  • Eclipse
  • Revelation
  • Advanced Revelation
  • GnuPlot
  • LaTex
  • OpenMP
  • BLAS


Undisclosed Company, Technical Support Engineer, 2007 - 2009

  • Provided bilingual technical support for a embedded mathematical and statistical software company.
  • Researched, rewrote, and parallelized algorithms (nonlinear regression, clustering, and others) for the Version 7.0 release of the IMSL C Numerical Library using OpenMP.
  • Optimized floating point performance using BLAS and Intel Math Kernel Library (Intel MKL).
  • Researched, created and delivered original technical presentations in English and Spanish in U.S. and Latin America.

CSC, Inc, Vicksburg, MS, Computational Scientist, 2004 - 2007

  • Benchmarked supercomputer applications in support of Department of Defense procurement efforts; provided critical proposal evaluation assistance to Benchmark Team; conducted mathematical research.
  • Successfully benchmarked more than thirty DoD supercomputers (Sun, Cray, IBM, HP) across the country in support of DoD HPC Modernization Office (DoD HPCMOD).
  • Mastered the installation and structure of large parallel (MPI/OpenMP) supercomputer applications (WRF, HYCOM) written in C and Fortran.
  • Wrote specialized scoring scripts in Perl and Gnuplot in support of proposal evaluation and ultimate vendor selection.
  • Conducted computational fluid dynamics research and published a paper on meshless methods for solving Partial Differential Equations.

Athena Technology Consultants, Inc, Houston, TX, Vice President, 2000 - 2004

  • Procured Government Contracts and Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) grants.
  • Obtained GSA schedule number for company: researched suppliers' inventory, compiled item lists, obtained letters of commitment; completed 200 page federal solicitation.
  • Researched, wrote/co-wrote and completed submission of three SBIR grant proposals: 1. Development of 3-D unsteady meshless method based on dissertation work; 2 Development of new rocket fuel/oxidizer mixture (diethyl ether and hydrogen peroxide) and 3) Proposal to apply manufacturing cost-accounting principles to agricultural production through combined software/hardware system.

Total Answer Business Systems, Inc, Miami, FL, Vice President, 1986 - 2000

  • Assisted in development, sale, and installation of proprietary multi-user vertical market database applications for produce brokerages and packing houses.
  • Installed Local Area Networks.
  • Researched automatic generation and transmittal of business documents, e.g. sales orders, as part of business operations.
  • Formulated schemae for custom application customers.

Honors & Publications

Academic and Professional Affiliations

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
  • High Performance and Super Computing
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Fortran Programmers
  • Python Community


  • Bilingual, English and Spanish


  • Authored and co authored several publications in English and Spanish.


  • Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering - Rice University, Houston, TX
  • M.S. Mechanical Engineering - Rice University, Houston, TX
  • B.S. Mechanical Engineering - Rice University, Houston, TX
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