I specialized in planetary geology during my master studies and PhD, and my research interests include surface processes, geophysical and geochemical characterization, cartography and remote sensing techniques applied to planetary sciences, astrobiology, and thermal history and long-term evolution of terrestrial planets, satellites and other bodies of the Solar System. More specifically, my research encompasses a variety of geological studies about the Earth, Europa, Ceres, and Mars.

Throughout my research career I have participated in different I+D+i projects funded in competitive calls, highlighting the two international projects financed by the European Horizon 2020 programme: the UPWARDS project (Understanding Planet Mars With Advanced Remote-sensing Datasets and Synergistic Studies) and NEO-MAPP project (Near Earth Object Modelling and Payloads for Protection).

I currently work as a postdoctoral researcher in the NEO-MAPP project (funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme) at the University Institute of Physics Applied to Sciences and Technologies (University of Alicante).