Felipe obtained a BSc in Chemistry from Universidad de Chile in 2007. Together with his wife, he moved to beautiful Vancouver to carry out doctoral studies in the group of Roman Krems at the University of British Columbia, where he obtained a PhD in Chemistry in 2012. After a brief joint postdoctoral position with Sabre Kais at Purdue University and Alán Aspuru-Guzik at Harvard University, he continued his postdoctoral work in the Aspuru-Guzik group. In 2014, Felipe was awarded a competitive Conicyt PAI grant to start his current independent research position at the Department of Physics in USACH. For more information, please see Felipe’s CV.
Felipe is also a husband and a father of a curious kid who enjoys stepping into his dad´s office to teach him about anharmonic potential energy surfaces.