|Location:||ETH Zürich - Switzerland|
|Degree:||PhD. in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology|
|Topic:||Design and specification of transiently powered sensor nodes|
|Keywords:||Energy harvesting, HW/SW Codesign, Scheduling, Energy-Efficiency|
|Location:||Advanced Learning and Research Institute (ALaRI) - Switzerland|
|Degree:||Master of Science in Embedded System Design|
|Location:||Universidad de Los Andes - Colombia|
|Systems and Computation Engineering|
|Minor in Physics|
|Minor in Business Management|
|Dates:||2004 - 2011|
Research engineer. Università di Bologna (Italy). Oct. 2013 - Apr. 2014.
R&D engineer. Red Uno S.A. (Colombia). Jan. 2009 - Jan. 2011.
My bilingual upbringing in NYC gave me a penchant for multiculturalism. It has also motivated me to travel extensively through Latin America, Europe and parts of Asia. One of the many things I love about living in Switzerland is that I get to practice my Italian, French and German on a daily basis. Back in my college days I used to play rugby, now I limit myself to enjoying the Six Nations and the RWC (allez les blues!).
Andrés Gómez 2017©