Guillermo is a postmaster researcher at Carnegie Mellon University. His current research focuses on the identification of anomalies in vehicle-rail interaction by processing collected onboard measured accelerations which aim to detect rail cracks to prevent accidents.
Before joining Carnegie Mellon University, Guillermo worked as a project engineer in the structural engineering department at PRDW, a consulting firm specialized in the development of port and coastal projects.
MSc in Civil Engineering, 2022
Carnegie Mellon University
BS in Civil Engineering, 2019
Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María (Chile)