Marcelo Orenes-Vera

Computer Science

My name is Marcelo, I’m a fifth-year PhD student (third time RGS) in the intersection between Computer Science and ECE, where I research the next generation of microchips. Before Princeton, I did my undergrad at the University of Murcia (Spain), where I’m originally from, and after graduating I spent a couple of years working at Arm (in their office in Norway) where I contributed to the design and verification of three GPU projects for smartphones. When I’m not building chips I like cycling, climbing, hiking and playing soccer. I speak English, Spanish and Norwegian, and I am learning Italian and German! I like cooking and eating, and I’m also looking forward to meeting you all!