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 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 hold a Juan-de-la-Cierva Postdoctoral Award that allows me to pursue my research in the Universidad de Zaragoza, under the supervision of Jesús Gómez-Gardeñes.
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.