City College Fellow
Gabriella has a calling to understand how things work, capture the beauty of these processes, and express it. As a pure mathematics major, she is learning ways to give her calling—and her intuitions—a definite form.
Born in L.A. to an Argentinean mother and a Puerto Rican father, she grew up in Ramos Mejía, Buenos Aires, and attended the ballet academy of the Teatro Colón. In her adolescence, she moved to Moscow to study at МГАХ (aka the Bolshoi Academy) from where she graduated.
Gabriella is studying the time-independent Schrödinger equation in momentum representation with the purpose of developing an operator formalism, generalizing the method of solution of this equation for as many molecules as possible. As she works her way to the solution of this partial differential equation (PDE), she studies the subjects of functional, real and complex analysis as well as the theory of PDE, all of which are likely to dictate the focus of her forthcoming Ph.D.
Gabriella also enjoys writing fiction, and reading and discussing philosophy.