I was born in Zaragoza (Spain) in 1982. I studied Physics at University of Zaragoza, and I also got my Ph.D there in 2010, under the supervision of Dr. Yamir Moreno, Dr. Jesus Gomez-Gardenes and Dr. Mario Floria.
I am interested in Statistical Physics, Non-Linear Physics and Complex Systems in general, and more specifically, in different processes on top of complex topologies, such as social networks. I did my Ph.D on Evolutionary Game Theory on Complex Networks, where I analyzed the interface between cooperative dynamics and the underlaying structure of a given population. We developed some models of growing networks based on an Evolutionary Preferential Attachment mechanism, in which this growth is entangled with the dynamics.
I joined the Amaral Lab on November 2010.