Since August 2020, I am a Postdoctoral Researcher and Humboldt Fellow at the Theory Division of the Max Planck Institute for Quatum Optics. Previously, I held a similar position at Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Ontario, where I carried independent work on quantum information, many-body physics and thermodynamics.
As of March 2022 I am also an editor for the community-run journal Quantum.
I obtained my PhD from University College London in the group of Prof. Jonathan Oppenheim in November 2017. Prior to this, I finished an MPhys at the University of Oxford. I grew up in Collado Villaba, a small city in the outskirts of Madrid, where I went to (state/public) school.
I am interested in how ideas and techniques from quantum information theory can help us understand statistical and non-equilibrium dynamics of quantum systems, from few to many body.
My list of publications can be found on this website, and also on the wonderful arXiv or Google Scholar .
The work of my PhD was mostly within the resource-theoric program towards quantum statistical physics and thermodynamics, with a focus on fluctuation theorems. My thesis can be accessed here.