I am a PhD student in the M.E. Department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. I work at the Laboratory of Manufacturing and Productivity , under the supervision of Dr. Stanley B. Gershwin.
I completed my Master's in M.E at MIT in May 1995. My master's research centered on determining the variance of the production in a two machine line. Here is a brief description.
My research interest is in the area of design and analysis of manufacturing systems. I am also interested in the interaction of design and manufacturing in the product development cycle, in supply chain analysis and in the quality modeling of production lines.
I got my bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering at the E.T.S.I.I , University of Valladolid, Spain in October 1992. As an undergraduate, I spent a year in the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. For my thesis, I cooperated in the design of a flexible manufacturing cell for meat manipulation.
After graduation, I spent a year working at Renault Automation close to Paris, France. There, I developed an application to monitor a production line process variables.
I was awarded la Caixa" fellowship in 1991. After I came to MIT, I have been working during the summers at different Hewlett-Packard divisions (Barcelona in Spain, Vancouver and Corvallis in USA).
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