Michelle is currently working towards her degree in Computer Science at Tecnológico de Monterrey. Michelle has earned several scholarships including one from the Microsoft Corporation.
Her studies have allowed her to travel internationally. She participated in the International Marine Advance Technology Education (MATE ROV) Competition as the Lead Programmer. She and her team went to the first round in Houston where their ROV was evaluated in NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Lab and later won their pass to the finals held in Canada. In Canada her team won the Judge’s Choice award thanks to the innovative design and control system. Michelle and team received a grant to travel to New Orleans to present their findings. This was the first time a team from Mexico received this kind of recognition.
Michelle is a very hardworking person, loves challenges and is enjoying her internship at Base22.
- During the MATE ROV Competition, she worked as the lead programmer on her team. Michelle was responsible for adapting the control system within strict budget constraints while meeting the requirements of the project
- Michelle participated in the Morelos Hackaton as the lead programmer. Together with her team, they designed a game with physical therapy purposes in which she programmed an application which was controlled with the help of a muscular sensor in order to help people in a rehabilitation process. Michelle used her technical skills and her leadership skills to earn first place in the competition.
- Michelle also worked for Amazing Story, a Japanese company, working as an android tester and as analytics supervisor. It was a great learning experience.
- Worked on a number of projects for backend connectivity with remote databases.
- Adobe Flash
- Basic php
- CCNA by Cisco
- B.S. Engineering in Computing Technologies Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Campus Cuernavaca
- Solving Puzzles
- Video games
- Going for a walk during evenings