I am an HFSP (Human Frontier Science Program) and PCTS (Princeton Center for Theoretical Science) fellow at Princeton University, working on biophysics and soft matter physics. Before, I obtained my Ph.D. in fluid dynamics under the supervision of Prof. Alejandro Sevilla at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, supported by an FPU doctoral fellowship.
My research is framed within the fields of soft/active matter, biological physics, and fluid dynamics. So far, I have studied systems involving small-scale interfacial flows, bulk and interfacial rheology, elasticity, and membrane dynamics. Currently, I am interested in several research areas within the context of biophysics and living matter, namely the dynamics of eukaryotic cells and tissues, and the physics of bacteria in complex habitats. I employ theory and accurate numerical methods to unravel the physics of these complex systems.