Cornejo grew up in Riverside, California, where he spent his childhood playing soccer and listening to Latin pop music. He began writing songs in high school and took guitar lessons. His father died when he was 13, and Cornejo became interested in reggaeton and rock en español. In 2009, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in music.
In 2011, Cornejo signed a record deal with Sony Music Entertainment and released his debut album, “El Perdedor.” He followed it with “La Vida Es Suena,” which debuted at number one on Billboard”’s Top Latin Albums chart. His third studio album, “Mi Verdadero Amigo,” was released in 2016.
His fourth studio album, “No Me Dejes Solo,” was released in 2018.
I am interested in computational fluid dynamics, hydrogen fuel cells, process systems engineering, materials science and nanotechnology. I am particularly interested in modeling problems involving turbulent flow, combustion, heat transfer, mass transport and multiphase flows. My research involves developing numerical models and applying them to real world problems. I enjoy working collaboratively with engineers, scientists and mathematicians to develop solutions to complex problems.
CO2 is one of the most important greenhouse gases emitted into the atmosphere because it traps solar radiation. In nature, there are many processes that convert carbon dioxide into useful chemicals such as methanol. Nowadays, scientists are working hard to find ways to produce methanol from renewable sources like biomass, gas, and even waste products. This research focuses on finding the best way to do this conversion.
The objective of this project is to study the different methods used to produce methanol, and how each method affects the process. We want to know what are the advantages and disadvantages of each approach, so we can make better decisions about the future development of this technology.