- Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics. KAUST, Saudi Arabia. Advisor: Prof. Raul Tempone.
- Master of Research in Computer Science. Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay. Advisor: Prof. Nora Szasz.
- Computer Engineer. Universidad ORT, Uruguay. Final project tutor: Prof. Martin Solari.
- Bachelor in Statistics. Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay. All course credits earned.
- Bachelor in Information Systems Management. Universidad ORT, Uruguay. Monograph reviewer: Prof. Gerardo Matturro.
- Bachelor in Accountancy (associate). Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay. Monograph advisor: Prof. Mario Tenzer.
- Teaching Assistant at KAUST (Numerical Methods for SDE's, Stochastic Methods in Engineering, Computational Multivariate Statistics).
- Teaching Assistant at Universidad ORT, Uruguay (Theory of Computation, Programming Paradigms, Data Structures and Algorithms I and II).
- Research Assistant at Universidad ORT, Uruguay (Research on formal methods applied to software engineering).
- Teaching Assistant at Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay (Introduction to computer science).
- Research Intern at Supélec (France), Uppsala University (Sweden) and Heidelberg University (Germany).
- Independent Consultant in Software Engineering. Montevideo, Uruguay.
- Systems Analyst and Information Systems Security Specialist at several IT companies. Montevideo, Uruguay.
Pedro Andres Vilanova Guerra worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Professor Raul F. Tempone's Stochastic Numerics Research Group at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). Prior to that, Pedro Andres obtained a PhD degree in Applied Mathematics from KAUST.
Pedro Andres' research interests included Error control and adaptive algorithms for Markovian processes and Statistical inference for Markovian processes.
- A. Moraes, F. Ruggeri, R. Tempone, and P. Vilanova. Multiscale modeling of wear degradation in cylinder liners. Multiscale Modeling & Simulation, 12(1):396-409, 2014. [ DOI ]
- A. Moraes, R. Tempone, and P. Vilanova. Hybrid chernoff tau-leap. Multiscale Modeling & Simulation, 12(2):581-615, 2014. [ DOI ]
- A. Moraes, R. Tempone, and P. Vilanova. Multilevel hybrid Chernoff tau-leap. BIT Numerical Mathematics, April 2015.
- A. Moraes, R. Tempone, and P. Vilanova. A multilevel adaptive reaction-splitting simulation method for stochastic reaction networks. submitted to SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing, preprint arXiv:1406.1989, 2014.
- C. Bayer, A. Moraes, R. Tempone, and P. Vilanova, An Efficient Forward-Reverse Expectation-Maximization Algorithm for Statistical Inference in Stochastic Reaction Networks, Stochastic Analysis and Applications, Volume 34, Issue 2, 2016.
Scientific and Professional Memberships
- Member, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM).
- Member, American Mathematical Society (AMS).
- Member, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
- Provost´s Award for Outstanding Scholastic Scholarship, KAUST, Saudi Arabia.
- Graduate Fellowship Award, KAUST, Saudi Arabia.
- Computer, Electrical, and Mathematical Sciences & Engineering Division
- Member of KAUST SRI Center for Uncertainty Quantification in Computational Science and Engineering