MathWorks Session


2020 MathWorks Technical Hands-on Session

Andrea Bayas Albuja

Training Engineer, Training Services department, MathWorks


Andrea Bayas Albuja is a Training Engineer in the Training Services department at MathWorks. In Andrea’s role as a Training Engineer she delivers training sessions on Data Science and other related topics to a wide array of customers. Another component to her role entails interfacing with customers to assist them with understanding their educational needs and suggesting content that would be helpful to their applications. She is a WPI Alum where she earned both her Bachelors and Masters of Science degrees in Mathematics. She has a strong background in Data Science and in many other fields. She enjoys exploring the world around her and is eager to learn.

Arushi Kapurwan

Software Engineer, Engineering Development Group, MathWorks


Arushi Kapurwan is a Software Engineer in the Engineering Development Group at MathWorks. She has been an integral part of the #womeninSTEM initiative by getting involved with CUwiP, TechTogether and CreatedBy events in the past that aims to create an inclusive environment to encourage more communities to the world of Technology. She is a USC Alum who loves to create products that can benefit mankind by infusing technology and building collaborative teams. Her greatest achievements have been those where she can collectively create a positive impact and help the society, we are a part of. Currently, she is working on Parallel Computing Technologies to optimize solvers in MATLAB. She enjoys cooking and Indian Classical Folk dancing if she is not coding.

Rachel Johnson

Application Engineer, Aerospace Industry, MathWorks


Rachel Johnson is an Application Engineer for the Aerospace Industry at MathWorks, where she focuses on data analytics and predictive maintenance with MATLAB.  Prior to MathWorks, she worked as an aerodynamics and propulsion analyst for the Office of Naval Intelligence, and spent several years teaching high school math, physics, and engineering.  Rachel holds a B.S.E. in Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University, an M.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Maryland, and an M.A.T. in Mathematics Education from Tufts University.  She is also an alum and former visiting scholar of the Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science at WPI.