About me

My name is Jaime, and I am originally from Madrid (Spain). I am a PSI master’s student at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. Previously, I studied Physics and Mathematics at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, with a one-year exchange at the University of Manchester.

Early on in my degree I started asking myself many questions, mainly about gravity. So far I have found lots of more cool questions, but not so many satisfying answers. Some people like to call that doing science, so I decided to try to pursue a career doing what brings me fun!

During that time, I had the chance to work with Luis, Carlos and some others on semiclassical gravity and a bunch of other related topics (see the Research tab for more info). Right now, I have becomed even more interested in quantum gravity phenomenology and how can we use gravitational waves to constraint theories of gravity.

I also had some time to study philosophy and humanities at ELU, so I am always up for a philosophical discussion, especially if coffee is involved. When I am not doing that or physics, you can find me on a swimming pool. I am also a Dallas Mavericks and Real Madrid fan, and I just started into climbing, so probably will talk about that a lot.

Welcome to my webpage!