Born and raised in Tarragona, Catalonia, I did a major on Computer Engineering and a master on Artificial Intelligence in the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, located in the same town. There I was lucky enough to meet Prof. Alex Arenas and Prof. Sergio Gómez, who would become my (great!) PhD advisors. I defended my thesis on Complex Networks in February 2016, which was entitled From Community Structure to the Physics of Multiplex Networks. I was awarded with a James S. McDonnell Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship, an amazing award which allowed me to get on a plane and move to North Carolina, to work under the supervision of Prof. Peter Mucha, at the Department of Mathematics of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as a postdoctoral researcher. I then moved to Barcelona, to do a postdoc in Universitat de Barcelona, in the Department of Condensed Matter Physics and UBICS (Universitat de Barcelona Institute of Complex Systems), under the supervision of Albert Díaz-Guilera. Currently, I'm a Visiting Assistant Professor at Universitat Rovira i Virgili.
I'm interested in complex systems, with a special focus on problems suited to be represented with networks. I have experience working in Community Detection, Epidemic Spreading, Multiplex Networks as well as applying theoretical methods to real data, such as Neuronal Networks.