Pinto Pablo
Bachelor in Engineering Science, Universidad Andrés Bello, Viña del Mar, Chile, 2015
Industrial Civil Engineering, Universidad Andrés Bello, Viña del Mar, Chile, 2015
Master of Science in Industrial Engineering, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Valparaíso, Chile, 2020

Pablo is a Ph.D student in fire protection engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) since January 2023 under the supervision of Professor James Urban. He worked as collaborator in the Energy conversion and combustion group (EC2G) from 2019. Additionally, in 2017 he began teaching applied mathematics courses at the faculty of exact sciences of the Universidad Andrés Bello. Pablo has carried out research on the combustion and radiative heat transfer of non-premixed laminar flames generated by wildland fuels and pool fires. His Ph.D work focuses on flame spread response to non-steady air flow in microgravity.

Pinto Pablo

Research Interests

Scholarly Work

Severino, G., Cabrera, A., Contreras, J., Pinto, P., Cruz, J. J., and Fuentes, A. (2020). A new burner to characterize laminar diffusion flames generated from wildland fuels. Fire Safety Journal, 114, 102947
Pinto, P., Cabrera, A., Cruz, J. J., Contreras, J., Severino, G., Demarco, R., ... and Fuentes, A. (2020). Effects of wildland fuel moisture content on radiant heat flux emitted by a laminar non-premixed flame. Applied Thermal Engineering, 181, 115968