About me

Soft Matter Physics and Machine Learning at UCM

I am a Ramón y Cajal Assistant Professor in the School of Physical Sciences at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. In addition to my academic activities, I am also engaged in industry-related research and consultation as a scientific consultant within ACCIONA.

I am interested in the physics of flow networks and the theory of machine learning and its connections with human learning. I am fortunate to collaborate with great colleagues in different projects, we are studying flow networks, active matter, social networks or how children learn, and building new fluidic devices in the lab!

If you are a motivated student that want to work with me, please do not hesitate to send me an email!

Really excited to announce our new HFSP-funded project, “The Emergence of Collective Intelligence: Understanding Human Behavior […]
Really excited to share the good news! Our paper, The fluidic memristor as a collective phenomenon […]
Thank you Joey and Nathan for inviting me to speak at your invited session! I had […]
Thank you very much for inviting me to share our work with you! It was fantastic […]
I had a great time in Zaragoza, learning about machine learning and all the great work […]
I had a great time visiting the institute, giving a seminar and getting to know all […]
We hope this will be the first of a series of exciting meetings! It was great […]
Machine Learning and Physics: Quantum, Classical and Applications Having fun and meeting great people at this nice conference in […]
It was great to participate in this inspiring conference! Hope to come back next year!


I gratefully acknowledge funding from the Human Frontier Science Program, the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, the European Union-NextGenerationEU, Universidad Complutense de Madrid and ACCIONA.

Previous funding includes the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions together with Universidad Carlos III de Madrid through the Conex-Plus program, NSF and XSEDE (USA).