He attained his Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, with a specialty in Operations Research, from Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). He worked for two years on his Ph.D. developing the project “Non-Cooperative Games with Incomplete Information”. He has collaborated in the Applied Mathematics Department at the Aeronautical Engineering Division. In addition, he studied 2nd and 3rd years of both Industrial and Computer Engineering at the National University of Distance Education (UNED).
He works for Telefónica España, where he led the Analytic Models Department, and currently works at Database Management.He collaborates with ALGOREACH by developing work related with the Game Theory.
He is currently working on the last year of his Physics Bachelor’s Degree from UCM. He is most interested in the research of Astrophysics, Geomicrobiology, and, since 2013, artificial neural networks.
He received first prizes in (1) the international contest “Catch a Star” in 2004 awarded by the European Southern Observatory, (2) the XIX Conference of Young Researchers granted by the Superior Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) in 2005 for his work related with stellar spectroscopy, and (3) the V National Edition of “Física + Matemáticas en Acción” awarded by the Royal Spanish Society of Mathematics and Physics. He was offered a stay at the Catalan Institute of Space Sciences in July 2006 and participated in an expedition of NASA organized by Dr. C. McKay to the Negev Desert (Israel). He is a co-author of the paper “Microbial colonization of Ca-sulfate crusts in the hyperarid core of the Atacama Desert: implications for the search for life on Mars (J. Wierzchos et al., 2011)”.
She graduated in Optics and Optometry from UCM, and currently studies the 2nd year of Technical Engineering in Computer Systems at UNED and the Cisco Certification (IT Essential I, computer repair and network installation).
She works for Ernst & Young by developing various computer-related tasks.