I am supervising the research activity of these students!
Rodrigo Fernández-Quevedo García
Rodrigo is a PhD student co-supervised by Chantal Valeriani and me at UCM.
Rodrigo is studying the emerging collective phenomena in flow networks and active matter.
Samuel Lozano Iglesias
Samuel is studying Physics and Mathematics at UCM.
He is also a research fellow in ACCIONA, where I supervise his research.
Laura Salguero Hinojosa
Laura is a master student at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. She studies the theoretical implications of adversarial attacks in machine learning. Laura started her research as an undergraduate student, you can see her undergraduate thesis here:
These are students that have collaborated with me in the past, check out some of their final projects and papers!
Eduardo Lavin Pallero
Eduardo was a master student at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. His master’s research project was developed in collaboration with ACCIONA.
I also supervised his undergraduate research where we studied the generalization of dynamical loss functions for machine learning.
Álvaro González Escapa
Álvaro was a master student at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. He studied how different training protocols affect learning in artificial neural networks.
Rodrigo Morena Custodio
Rodrigo was an undergraduate student at UC3M co-advised with Javier Rodríguez and José Luis Jorcano. He studied the behavior of epithelial cells using graph neural networks.
Christian was a master student in Complex Adaptive Systems at Chalmers University of Technology.
Christian’s master thesis was coadvised by Giovanni Volpe, Carlo Manzo and me.
Antonio Ruiz Trabalón
Antonio was a master student at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, co-advised by Alejandro Martínez Calvo. He studied fluid-structure interactions and designed different valves that may be used by our experimental collaborators. See his thesis here:
Diego del Barrio González
Diego was an undergraduate student at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, co-advised with Miguel Barriuso from Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He studied graph neural networks and their application to learn the interactions in systems of active particles, check his undergraduate thesis here:
Carmen López Jurado
Carmen was an undergraduate student at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. We collaborated with Rafael Sánchez (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) on a project that aimed to explain how different configurations of quantum dots could lead to heat rectification. Check her paper here: