Graduated in Physics from the Universidad Nacional de San Antonio Abad del Cusco (2001), MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of São Paulo (2007). He obtained its Ph.D. degree in Sciences within the ​​microelectronics field from University of São Paulo (2010) . He has experience in the fabrication and characterization of the physical, chemical and electrical properties of nanostructured semiconductor materials, such as photonic crystals, micro and nanotubes of silicon, nickel and manganese, and its applications in the field of optoelectronic sensors. Still in the field of material, he has experience in the processes of thermal oxidation and metal deposition on silicon using electrochemical and physical techniques. Recently, during his postdoctoral research, their experience has expanded to the field of the Condensed Matter Physics through the characterization of thin films with high dielectric and low dielectric finds spectrometry using X-ray grazing angle: XRR, GISAXS and GIXRD, using as complementary techniques the Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy ion and scanning electron microscopy. The films were characterized targeting applications in the manufacture of high performance CMOS devices. Its professional experience as a teacher lecturing at a fundamental level of physics, arithmetic, algebra and geometry to high school students. Also I work as a monitor supporting students in preparing projects for electricity and electronics.