Partnership for Research and Education in Materials between NMHU and OSU in Education, Optical, and Magnetic Materials

Dr. Gil R. Gallegos


Co-Principle Investigator

Computational Science Laboratory Supervisor

Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences


New Mexico Highlands University

Las Vegas, NM 87701


Phone: 505-454-3302
Room: HSCI-292
Email: grgallegos@nmhu.edu

Role in PREM includes computational modeling and simulation of the plasmonic meta-materials, and conducting research in machine learning through the use of autoencoders along with ensemble algorithms to improve classification accuracy

Research Highlights

Research Group Members

Jared Leyba


BS in Computer Science, New Mexico Highlands University


Graduate Student

Major in Computer Science


Computational modeling and simulation of the plasmonic meta-materials

Conducting research in machine learning through the use of autoencoders along with ensemble algorithms to improve classification accuracy


Luis Garcia


BS in Computer Science, New Mexico Highlands University


Graduate Student

Major in Computer Science


Computational modeling and simulation of the plasmonic meta-materials

Conducting research in machine learning through the use of autoencoders along with ensemble algorithms to improve classification accuracy


Evgheni Jucov


BS and MS in Physics, Moldova State University

MS in Chemistry, New Mexico Highlands University


Graduate Student

Major in Computer Science


Administrating of the PREM's website. Creating of a fully searchable and publicly accessible online innovative research equipment database which will be used to locate and request access to research equipment and facilities across the US and around the world


Henry Chung


Undergraduate Student

Major in Computer Science


Computational modeling and simulation of the plasmonic meta-materials

Conducting research in machine learning through the use of autoencoders along with ensemble algorithms to improve classification accuracy


Rosario Vasquez


BS in Computer Science, New Mexico Highlands University


Graduate Student

Major in Computer Science


Computational modeling and simulation of the plasmonic meta-materials

Conducting research in machine learning through the use of autoencoders along with ensemble algorithms to improve classification accuracy


Zhengyu Pan


Undergraduate Student

Major in Computer Science


Computational modeling and simulation of the plasmonic meta-materials

Conducting research in machine learning through the use of autoencoders along with ensemble algorithms to improve classification accuracy




Jhansirani Munukuri


B.Tech and M.Tech in Computer Science Engineering, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, India


Graduate Student

Major in Computer Science


Creating of a fully searchable and publicly accessible online innovative research equipment database which will be used to locate and request access to research equipment and facilities across the US and around the world





Former Members

Ahmad Shabaneh


Undergraduate Student

Major in Computer Science




Juan Guaba


Undergraduate Student

Major in Computer Science