About me

Gravity is my game, and I’m here to learn all about it. As a theoretical physicist, I’m working on my PhD with the Strong group at the Niels Bohr Institute under the guidance of Professor Vitor Cardoso. My focus? Figuring out how matter and spacetime behave in the most intense gravitational conditions. To do that, I use a combination of analytical and computational methods to study the non-linear aspects of black holes and gravitational waves. Want to know more about my research? Check out the Research page.

I’ve lived all over the place, but I grew up in Leganes, a town near Madrid. My family is from Monreal del Campo, a small village in Teruel known for its saffron. After completing my undergraduate degree at Complutense University in Madrid, I spent a year at the University of Manchester before moving to Canada to earn my master’s degree at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.

When I’m not tackling the mysteries of the universe, you can find me swimming or rock climbing. Want to learn more about me? Click here.