I was born in Melilla, Spain, in 1997. I received a Bsc in Computer Science (Ingeniería Informática – Computación) from the University of Málaga in 2019. That same year, I started working with the MAPIR group during my bachelor’s thesis. I went on to receive a Master’s Degree in AI and Software Engineering, also from the University of Málaga, in 2020. In 2021, I officially joined the group as a PhD student, under the tutelage of Javier González-Jiménez and Javier Monroy.
My research is focused on the topic of robotic olfaction, particularly on gas source localization (GSL) with mobile, autonomous robots. Some of the projects that I have been developing and maintaining in this area include GADEN, a gas dispersion simulator for ROS, and a repository of ROS implementations of GSL algorithms.