I studied physics at Madrid Autónoma University, where I also did my PhD on "Phenomenological analyses in supersymmetric scenarios, superstrings and M-theory" under the supervision of Carlos Muñoz. I continued working on theoretical aspects of Supersymmetry and N=1 Super Yang Mills during a postdoctoral stay in the II. Institute for Theoretical Physics at Hamburg University with Jan Louis. I gradually became more attracted to the phenomenology of Astroparticle Physics and the dark matter problem. From 2004 I have been a Research Associate at the IPPP, a Juan de la Cierva Fellow and a Ramón y Cajal Fellow at the Institute for Theoretical Physics. In 2014 I returned to the IPPP as a lecturer at Durham University.
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
A list of my publications can be found in the inSpire database by clicking here .
Astroparticle and Particle Physics Phenomenology Dark Matter Models Direct Detection of Dark Matter (SuperCDMS )