I received a double degree in electrical engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) and Telecom ParisTech and a PhD in computer science from UPM.
After graduating, I was a postdoctoral fellow in the research group of mathematics and quantum information in Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Currently, I am an assistant professor within QuTech at TU Delft.

Before joining academia I held several positions in public organizations and industry including the Trade Commission of Spain in Tokyo and the aerospace software company Critical Software.

My goal is to develop the tools, such as entanglement purification protocols, novel error correction codes, quantum network protocol benchmarks and quantum network simulators that will enable the implementation of the first quantum networks. 

My interests include error correcting codes, capacities of quantum channels, quantum key distribution and network coding.

Open positions

  • Master projects
  • A PhD position is available (21/3/2017). Applications are welcome until May 1st but will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
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