Aldo Acevedo

Experience

"Programming is art, coding is painting"

When I started my career I did not know what programming was, much less I had seen a source code. After years of study, programming has become much more than a job for me... it means seeing the world in a different way, it is doing what I really like.

Work experience

My latest works

During my work experience, I have developed multiple information systems for data management, I have created devices focused on crops monitoring, among other projects.
In 2017 I started my Ph.D. in Dresden, Germany. I selected this program in order to specialize, and create future ventures in artificial intelligence.

  • June 2017 - Present


    Biotechnology Center of the TU Dresden (BIOTEC). Dresden. Germany.

    PhD Student

    Group leader: Dr. Ric. Ing. Carlo Vittorio Cannistraci, kalokagathos.agon@gmail.com.

    - Specialization in Artificial Intelligence.
    - Link: Biomedical Cybernetics Group.

  • March 2010 - July 2015


    PAR Explora Conicyt Maule, University of Talca. Talca. Chile.

    Full-stack developer

    Supervisors: Karen Pérez, karenperez@exploramaule.org. Claudio Pereira, claudiopereira@exploramaule.org.

    - Implementation of an information system to distribute scientific news by massive emails.
    - Implementation of a social network for teachers, headmasters, and scientific community to create new teaching models.
    - Link: explora.utalca.cl.

  • September 2015 - December 2016


    Social Responsibility, University of Talca. Talca. Chile.

    Full-stack developer

    Director: Andrés Vega, anvega@utalca.cl.

    - Implementation of an information system to manage solidarity service projects belonging to the social responsibility line of the University of Talca.
    - Link: rspregrado.utalca.cl.

  • July 2014 - July 2015


    Mobiquos Ltda. Talca. Chile.

    Diploma thesis

    Contact: info@mobiquos.cl.

    - Design, development, and implementation of an intelligent device to monitor agricultural crops.
    - Link: minpac.aacevedo.cl.

  • May 2015


    Universidad de Talca. Talca. Chile.

    Full-stack developer

    Supervisor: Felipe Besoaín, fbesoain@utalca.cl.

    - Development of an administration module to manage and generate automatically digital syllabuses.

  • November 2014 - April 2015


    Admission Department, University of Talca. Talca. Chile.

    Full-stack developer

    Supervisors: Felipe Besoaín, fbesoain@utalca.cl. Rodrigo Luppi, rluppi@utalca.cl.

    - Development of an information system to register students and their study preferences.
    - Databases unification and massive data upload.

  • January 2014 - March 2014


    School of Medicine, Biomedical Informatics Center, University of Talca. Talca. Chile.

    Internship II

    Supervisors: Sergio Guiñez, sguinez@utalca.cl. Patricio Maragaño, pmaraliz@gmail.com.

    - Development of an online module to register and storage information related to patients in the hemodynamics unit.

  • July 2013 - August 2013


    Nanobiotechnology Division, Fraunhofer Chile Research Foundation. Talca. Chile.

    Internship I

    Supervisors: Fabián Ávila, fabian.avila@fraunhofer.cl. Moisés Rojas, morojasn@gmail.com.

    - Innova CORFO project 11IDL2-10611.
    - Development and implementation of a pipeline to distribute and process computational chemistry calculations.

Academic experience

Student Assistant

During my time at the university, I was a student assistant in many courses related to the computer area.

  • March 2015 - July 2015


    School of Bioinformatics Engineering, University of Talca. Talca. Chile.

    Student Assistant: Advanced Databases

    Teacher: Alejandro Valdés, avaldes@utalca.cl.

    - Triggers and functions development to optimize relational databases.
    - Implementation of dynamic and asynchronous web platforms.
    - NoSQL databases (MongoDB) management.
    - API REST development using MEAN stack (MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js).

  • August 2014 - December 2014


    School of Bioinformatics Engineering, University of Talca. Talca. Chile.

    Student Assistant: Software Engineering

    Teacher: Jorge Bustos, jbustos@utalca.cl.

    - Software design based on the iterative and incremental development.
    - Unified Modeling Language (UML) usage.

  • August 2014 - December 2014


    School of Bioinformatics Engineering, University of Talca. Talca. Chile.

    Student Assistant: Networks

    Teacher: Alejandro Valdés, avaldes@utalca.cl.

    - Networks subdivision, address distribution, and configurations.
    - Cisco Packet Tracer software usage to simulate networks.
    - Analysis and differences of Open Systems Interconnection model (OSI model) layers.

  • August 2013 - December 2013


    School of Bioinformatics Engineering, University of Talca. Talca. Chile.

    Student Assistant: Operating Systems

    Teacher: Alejandro Valdés, avaldes@utalca.cl.

    - C++ usage under Object Oriented Programming (OOP) paradigm.
    - Concurrent process development (Threads, Fork).
    - Unix commands.

  • March 2013 - July 2013


    School of Bioinformatics Engineering, University of Talca. Talca. Chile.

    Student Assistant: Algorithmic Solutions

    Teacher: Alejandro Valdés, avaldes@utalca.cl.

    - Algorithms design to solve problems.
    - PSeInt software usage and pseudocode construction.
    - Code development using Perl.