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Wolfram Summer School


Julián Laverde

Science and Technology

Class of 2020


Julián is a physics engineering student at the National University of Colombia in Medellín. He is interested in computational physics, photonics and nonlinear optics. As a member of the optics and optodigital processing research group, he has been working on the development of an algorithm for modeling electromagnetic wave fields at micro and nanoscales using the Wolfram Language. Julián is coauthor of two research articles about new insights in interference and diffraction of both light and particles. He is a very outgoing person, enjoys cooking for his friends and loves his cat. In his spare time, he plays video games and watches his hometown’s beautiful blue sky.

Project: Non-paraxial optical field modeling