I started my research adventure back in 2006 in the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). My first project was in collaboration with the German lab GSI/FAIR where i specialized in the study of nuclear reactions of astrophysical interest with the R3B setup. In 2011 I got my PhD. and I moved to Michigan Sate University to work in FRIB/NSCL. In 2015 I got a faculty position in MSU where I combine my teaching with research in nuclear physics. My current interests are based on the usage of Active Targets for the study of nuclear properties. Since my arrival to MSU we built the AT-TPC detector and we are still running a campaign of successful experiments. In my research I like to involve undergraduate and graduate students, since I understand that mentoring is one of my main goals as an educator. 

You can find here my list of publications.