Olmo Zavala-Romero

Olmo Zavala-Romero
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México | UNAM · Centre of Atmospheric Sciences

Ph. D., Computational Science

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Introduction
I am currently an associate professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), in the Center for Atmospheric Sciences. I am working on visualization problems and the use of machine learning to forecast atmospheric events. For my PhD I worked on the segmentation of breast lesions from MRI scans using OpenCL and OpenGL. I believe you need to love the work you do to be happy, and at the same time, there are many important things in this world beside work. Find a balance in life.
Additional affiliations
January 2011 - May 2011
Florida State University
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Teaching assistant of the class "Algorithms for science applications II". This course offers stochastic algorithms, linear programming, optimization techniques, clustering and feature extraction presented in the context of science problems.
December 2010 - present
Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Design and development of the open source software OWGIS (owgis.org). OWGIS is an OpenSource Java web application that creates WebGIS sites by automatically writing HTML and JavaScript code. Example site: ttp://viewer.coaps.fsu.edu/DeepCProject/mapviewer.
August 2010 - December 2010
Florida State University
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Teaching assistant of the class "Intro to Website Design". This course teaches proper Web site design techniques to students from all degree programs. Topics include visual design and graphics, information architecture, usability and development tools.
Education
December 2013 - November 2015
Florida State University
Field of study
  • Computational Science
August 2009 - December 2013
Florida State University
Field of study
  • Computational Science
August 2005 - February 2008

Publications

Publications (3)
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Analyzing soft-tissue structures is particularly challenging due to the lack of homologous landmarks that can be reliably identified across time and specimens. This is particularly true when data are to be collected under field conditions. Here, we present a method that combines photogrammetric techniques and geometric morphometrics methods (GMM) t...
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Small and non-mass-enhancing lesions are diagnostically challenging and easily missed in a routine clinical diagnosis. Compared to mass-enhancing lesions, they show fundamentally di®erent morphologies and kinetic characteristics. To overcome these limitations an automated analysis of such tumors is proposed to determine adequate shape and dynamica...
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Spatio-temporal feature extraction represents a challenge however critical step for the differential diagnosis of non-mass-enhancing lesions. The atypical dynamical behavior of these lesions paired with non well-defined tumor borders requires novel approaches to obtain representative features for a subsequent automated diagnosis. We evaluate the pe...

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