About

Welcome to my website! I’m an undergraduate student in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at University College London. Among my passions in physics are field theory, magnetic monopoles, and neutron star astrophysics. These are some of my recent papers:


Here is a bit of information about my otherwise chaotic existence: I was born, raised, and educated in Mexico, where I studied in the public system up to high school.  I finished high school in 2013 under the state’s open system. Fortunately, I didn’t have to attend any lectures or do any mandatory homework in high school (I only had to take final exams), so I had time to pursue my personal interests in physics and maths. In this regard, I’ve been largely self-taught. While at college, I have acquired a keen interest for relativity, field theory, and most recently magnetic monopoles. Currently, I’m working on the effect of the photon mass on the charge quantization. This problem has kept most of my interest for the past year. In addition, I’m constantly working on papers and notes on classical electrodynamics and field theory. My goal is to write a textbook in the near future.  Hopefully, before completing my Ph.D.  

When I’m not busy with research or surviving university (literally, in every possible sense!), I enjoy classical music, discussing physics in general (I love the history of physics), reading philosophy (I’m currently reading Nietzsche), drinking lots of coffee, and joking a lot with friends. I try to take things not very seriously, except for physics and very occasionally girls.