I am a theoretical nuclear physicist studying quantum many-body systems at ICC & the University of Barcelona. I started my research career with a PhD on theoretical nuclear physics at the University of Barcelona (2007). I was a postdoctoral research fellow at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory (2007-2009, Michigan State University, USA). I moved to the University of Surrey in 2009, with a Marie Curie Fellowship. In 2011, I was awarded a 5-year STFC Advanced Fellowship to continue advancing new methods for nuclear theory. I became a Lecturer at Surrey in 2015, and a Senior Lecturer in 2018. I am currently a Ramón y Cajal Fellow at ICC
Lines of Research
I have lead developments in many-body Green’s functions techniques for over a decade. I am also active at the nuclear structure and reactions levels, using time-dependent density functional techniques to study fission and fusion. I am keenly interested in nuclear astrophysics, particularly neutron-star physics.
Students or post-docs interested in carrying out research projects on theoretical nuclear and/or astronuclear physics, please contact me.