I am a theoretical and computational physicist working at the interface between physics, engineering, and biology. In particular, I employ tools from theoretical physics to develop models that help answer questions in biology. These models are usually complex, and in most cases cannot be solved with pen and paper. To deal with this, I employ numerical methods such as molecular dynamics or finite elements.

I lead the group Computational Modelling of Multicellular Systems at EMBL-Barcelona. I am also a part-time, external lecturer at the technic university of Catalonia (UPC).

Previously, I worked in the groups of Xavier Trepat (postdoc) at the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia, Guillaume Salbreux (postdoc) at The Francis Crick Institute (London), Marino Arroyo (PhD and postdoc) at UPC (Barcelona), Fernando Falo and Jesús Gómez-Gardeñes (Master) at Unizar (Zaragoza).