Hello, I'm Josue Molina, a physicist, data scientist, and researcher with a Ph.D. in Physics from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RJ). I am passionate about teaching physics and mathematics to students at all levels, from high school to graduate and undergraduate.
Currently, I work as an associate professor in Honduras, where I teach mathematics and physics, conduct research in theoretical and particle physics, and analyze particle physics data as part of the LHCb-CERN experiment. I am proud to have played a role in creating the Honduran Physics Olympics Committee, which has helped thousands of young people pursue scientific careers.
Over the course of my career, I have received numerous awards and recognitions, including being ranked the highest scientist in Honduras and Central America in the last five years according to the Ad Scientific Index 2022.
I am passionate about sharing my knowledge and have given several talks on physics-related topics, including "Black Holes: What Are They and Why Should We Care?" and "Search for Patterns in Physics: From Particles to Dark Matter".