ESO fellow (ESO Headquarters, Garching, Germany)
- Stellar structure and population of the nuclear bulge of the Milky Way.
- High angular resolution imaging.
- Near infrared astronomy.
- Extinction curve in the infrared.
- Nuclear stellar discs
Refereed publications on NASA/ADS
Non-refereed publications on NASA/ADS
|2019||Ph.D. in Physics and Space Sciences||IAA-University of Granada|
|2014||Master in Physics and Maths (FISYMAT)||University of Granada|
|2013||Licenciado in Physics (Degree plus Master)||University of Granada|
PhD Advisors: Dr. Rainer Schödel and Dr. Antonio María Alberdi Odriozola, Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (IAA-CSIC), Granada, Spain.
My thesis on the structure and stellar population of the nuclear bulge of the Milky Way, was among the three best 2020 SEA (Spanish Society of Astronomy) thesis. It is also nominated for the 2022 MERAC Best PhD Thesis.
|Since 2023||ESO fellow||ESO Headquarters, Garching, Germany|
|2021-2023||Humboldt fellow||MPIA, Heidelberg, Germany|
|2019-2021||Postdoctoral Researcher||MPIA, Heidelberg, Germany|
|2017||ESO studentship||ESO, Garching, Germany|
|2015-2019||Ph.D. Scholarship (Spanish Ministry of Education)||IAA-CSIC, Granada, Spain|
|2014-2015||Contract in the frame of an ERC Consolidator Grant||IAA-CSIC, Granada, Spain|
Prizes and Awards
|2022||Outstanding Doctorate Award 2022, University of Granada|
|2019||Thesis ranked among best 3 in astronomy by SEA 20191|
|2016||66th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting alumnus|