Ana holds a PhD in applied mathematics from University of Bergen and has worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Simula Research Lab in Norway. Her expertise lies in computational modeling, and algorithm design and implementation to solve large-scale problems in biomechanics and geophysics. Ana is an eager and challenge-driven person with strong interest in software development, scientific computing and machine learning.
Ana’s academic pursuits have primarily centered around numerical solvers for partial differential equations and the software implementation of computational techniques. Furthermore, she has delved into the analysis and utilization of neural networks, exploring their capacity to simulate physical laws and their performance in comparison to established methods.
Ana has also acquired hands-on experience in machine learning, statistics, and data visualization, particularly with social network analysis of sports data and image/video processing for motion detection.