I am interested in the formation of young stellar objects, specifically in how the standard view of isolated, low-mass star formation is modified in the presence of companions.

I have a strong background in radio interferometry, and expertise working with ALMA and VLA data, both in continuum and line. I enjoy coding and lately have been learning about machine learning and data science, which I am including in my newest projects.

I did my PhD (2021) at the University of Granada and the Institute of Astrophysics of Andalusia, Spain. My dissertation was “Disks and Jets in Multiple Stellar Systems”, and is available here.

  • Young Stellar Objects
  • Radio Interferometry
  • Machine Learning
  • Star Trek
  • PhD in Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2021

    University of Granada, Spain

  • MSc in Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2012

    University of Granada, Spain

  • BSc in Physics, 2009

    University of Havana, Cuba


Research Associate
Oct 2020 – Present Manchester, United Kingdom
Support Astronomer at UK ALMA Regional Centre
Jun 2017 – Feb 2020 Granada, Spain
Researcher at Radio Astronomy and Galactic Structure Department
FPU Fellow
May 2013 – May 2017 Granada, Spain
PhD Student at the Radio Astronomy and Galactic Structure Department
Carolina Foundation Fellow
Oct 2011 – Jul 2012 Granada, Spain
Master Student at the Radio Astronomy and Galactic Structure Department
Sep 2009 – Apr 2013 Havana, Cuba
Researcher at the Astronomy Department

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