My research interests
My main research interests are direct search of dark matter and nuclear physics. Currently I participate in DarkSide, ArDM and DEAP-3600, which are three collaborations embedded in the Global Argon Dark Matter collaboration.
I got my PhD on 2015 from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, working at the Instituto de Estructura de la Materia (IEM-CSIC) under the supervision of M.J.G. Borge and A. Moro. I spent two years at iThemba LABS- Unversity of the Western Cape (Cape Town, South Africa) where I participated in 20 experiments with several setups.
I have expertise in data analysis, simulations and instrumentation, together with the supervision of students. Currently, I am involved in the use of machine learning algorithms for event reconstruction and background mitigation in Dark Matter detectors (DEAP-3600).