I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at Biomedical Signal Interpretation & Computational Simuluation (BSICoS) group at University of Zaragoza.
I obtained my Ph.D. at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid under the supervision of Prof. Jesús Cid Sueiro and Jerónimo Arenas García.
My Ph. D. research consisted in the application of Signal Processing and Machine Learning methods to Wireless Sensor Networks. In particular my research was mainly focused on distributed estimation and intelligent energy management in wireless sensor networks.
During my doctoral studies, I spent three months at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) working with Prof. Ali H. Sayed and his team in Distributed Estimation in Heterogeneous Adaptive Networks.
Lately, I have been involved in the development of new adaptive signal processing techniques for linear and nonlinear problems and their application to Cardiac Electrophysiology Modeling but also some Big Data problems such as Smart Grid and Neuroimaging.