Selected academic teaching experience

A more detailed version can be found in my cv

  • IUT D’Orsay [2021-2022]
    • Développement d’Applications avec IHM (undergraduate level), taught by Brian Ravenet.
      • TA in [2021-2022] (~15 students in my class)
  • Computer Science Department, University of Chile [2010-2017]
    • Information Visualization (master level & undergraduate)
      • TA in [2016, 2017] (~14-21 students per class).
    • Algorithms and Data Structures (mandatory in order to get an Computer Science Engineering degree)
      • TA in [2016, 2017] (~80-90 students per class).
    • Computational Tools for Engineering and Science (mandatory class in order to get an Engineering degree)
      • TA in [2014] (~105 students the two courses).
    • Introduction to Computer Science (mandatory class in order to get an Engineering degree)
      • TA in [2013]. (~91 students divided in three subsections, where I will manage one).


I participated in two educational projects oriented to teach Computer Science to kids in CHile.

  • [2016-2018] I co-founded Niñas Pro(gramadoras) with Jazmine Maldonado. This is an initiative that aims to reduce the gender gap in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics). Our main activity are ongoing programming wokshops where high school girls can train to compete in the Chilean Olympiad in Informatics, an instance that can lead them to later compete at the International Olympiad in Informatics. We do other activities like talks at school and participate in Science festivals oriented to decrease the gender gap in Computer Science. Although I’m still part of the foundation I no longer participate in their activities since I moved to France.

    Would you like to donate? Really? That would make us very happy! You can go in this link to find out how to do so. Thanks! :D

  • [2013 - 2014] Developing Computational Thinking (Scratch), University of Chile, FCFM, Santiago, Short workshops for developing computational thinking on kids by using Scratch. It was focused on girls and boys of 9 to 12 years old. I was a teacher in the workshops and I helped preparing the material.