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Alejandro Camacho

camacho.mail@gmail.com

Objective

A internship position to acquire experience implementing analysis skills and programming techniques

Education

California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) Exp. Graduation: May 2015


Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics: Concentration in Applied Mathematics
Cognates: Physics and Statistics

Relevant
Experience

Research Assistant - CSUF


June 2014 Present
Developed an agent-based approach to modeling police patrol strategies and their effects on crime
Applied image-processing techniques in order to impose geographical parameters
Tested and verified hypothetical policing strategies trough simulations
Analyzed and compared results to LBPD crime statistics
Statistical Analyst Intern - Matrix Shafts
June 2013 June 2014
Researched clustering algorithms in order to assist with the creation of future products
Found trending marketable data through Darrell Survey
Used Microsoft Excel and R to interpolate large volumes of data and apply physical meaning
Wrote procedures for conducting strength and durability tests in English and Spanish
Mathematics Tutor - CSUF
August 2010 August 2012
Supervised tutors
Tutored students in mathematics from college algebra to multivariable calculus
Established interpersonal relationships with students in order to identify the individuals
strengths and weaknesses
Responsibilities included creating worksheets to prepare students for exams

Academic
Projects

Intermediate Data Analysis, CSUF Upper-Division Statistics Course


Analyzed large complex data sets, performed ad-hoc analysis and data manipulation
Tested and verified linear regression modeling strategies
Constructed my own script for multi-linear regression models
Challenged myself to complete assignments in various computing programs
Mathematical Computing, CSUF Upper-Division Mathematics Course
Used Matlab to model an inventory system used by Universal Alloy Corporation
Developed algorithms for alternative inventory strategies
Implemented intuitive forms of mathematical programming to categorize inventory
Presented results orally along with a publication suitable for the Dimensions Journal of CNSM
Mathematical Modeling, CSUF Upper-Division Mathematics Course
Created a computer-aided design system to calculate all of the intersection points between
a arbitrary helix and a plane
Implemented different numerical approximation methods to calculate intersection points
Used animations to display forces acting upon the helix
Presented results via research paper documenting the experimental methods involved

Technical
Skills

Programming Languages: C++, Python


Math and Statistics Programs: MatLab, Octave, R
Database Programing: MS Excel, MySQL
Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7, Linux, Mac OS X

Affiliations

LSAMP Research Scholar


CSUF Math Club

Selected
Presentations

Alejandro Camacho, Hye Rin Lindsay Lee An Agent-Based Approach to Modeling Police
Patrol Strategies and Their Effects on Crime. Undergraduate Poster Presentation at Joint Mathematics Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 2015
Alejandro Camacho An Agent-Based Approach to Modeling Police Patrol Strategies and Their Effects
on Crime. Undergraduate Oral Presentation at SCURR, Fullerton, CA, 2014
Alejandro Camacho An Agent-Based Approach to Modeling Police Patrol Strategies and Their Effects
on Crime. Undergraduate Poster Presentation at SACNAS, Los Angeles, CA, 2014
Alejandro Camacho, Johanna Chavez, Laura Smith Preparing for Life after Graduation: Internships
and Graduate Applications Undergraduate Presentation at CSUF, Fullerton, CA, 2014