Since September 2018, I work as postdoctoral researcher in the Bioinformatics Core Group led by Dr. Reinhard Schneider at the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (L.C.S.B) in the University of Luxembourg. Additionally, I teach Applied Philosophy of Science and Data Ethics at the Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine (FSTM) of the University of Luxembourg. Since 2022, I am a senior member of IEEE.
Previously, I worked at U.A.M researching high performance solutions for big data analysis as well as anomaly detection methodologies. I received my B.Sc (2013), M.Sc (2014) and Ph.D. (2018 with cum laude and industrial mentions) degrees in Computer Science Engineering from U.A.M. In 2012 I joined the High Performance Computing and Networking Research Group (HPCN) led by Dr. Javier Aracil, first as a student and later as a researcher as part of the Network of Excellence InterNet Science european project.
During my Ph.D I continued my work in the HPCN group as technical researcher for the project TRÁFICA and the European projects Fed4Fire and dReDBox, among others. At the same time, I worked at Naudit applying my research on projects with different enterprises. I've also been a teaching assistant on different subjects at the E.P.S.