My research interests are in areas of software engineering where precise foundations are applied. The current focus is on "A calculus of architectural patterns" for dynamically reconfigurable systems.

I work at the National University of San Luis (UNSL) as a teaching assistant, and I pursue a Ph.D. under the supervision of Luís Soares Barbosa and Daniel Riesco (more can be found in my homepage at UNSL). Prior to working at the UNSL, I worked as a researcher at the Center for Electronic Governance - UN University - International Institute for Software Technology in the area of semantic interoperability for electronic government. I hold a Magister in Software Engineering degree from the UNSL, and a System Engineer degree from the National University of the Center of Buenos Aires Province.