"Now this is the peculiarity of scientific method, that when once it has become a habit of mind, that mind converts all facts whatsoever into science. The field of science is unlimited; its material endless, every group of natural phenomena, every phase of social life, every stage of past or present development is material for science. The unity of all science consists alone in its method, not in its material. The man who classifies facts of any kind whatever, who sees their mutual relation and describes their sequences, is applying the scientific method and is a man of science. The facts may belong to the past history of mankind, to the social statistics of our great cities, to the atmosphere of the most distant stars, to the digestive organs of a worm, or to the life of a scarcely visible bacillus. It is not the facts themselves which form science, but the methods by which they are dealt with."

— Karl Pearson, The Grammar of Science. London: Everyman, 1938, p. 16.


    I am a Research Scientist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center doing research in the field of atmospheric sciences at the Climate and Radiation Lab. Prior to that, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at NASA and a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). I completed my Ph.D. in theoretical physics at the Spanish Center of Astrobiology and the University of Salamanca, Spain.

    Besides my mathematical skills, I have acquired an extensive background as data scientist and I am proficient in several programming languages. As a current member of the NASA/NOAA DSCOVR satellite mission, I have the opportunity to analyze unique data to learn more about our changing planet.

    In my work, I do interdisciplinary science by applying ideas from different fields to new research problems. I have studied physics, economics, and law, and I am always open to new ideas and collaborations. Thank you for visiting my website.


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Recent Posts

Jan 2021

NASA Climate and Radiation Lab - Best paper award

For our research on cloud diurnal variability using DSCOVR/EPIC.

Jan 2020

NASA Climate and Radiation Lab - Scientific Achievement Award

I was awarded with the 2020 Scientific Achievement Award "for applying original concepts in the analysis of the complexity of the climate system."

Dec 2019

Best college thesis in economics

I won the second place for best college graduate final project by the Spanish School of Economics in Madrid. My work "Quantifying the randomness of the stock markets" was published in Scientific Reports.

Sep 2018

Extraordinary Thesis Award in the courses 2015-2017

My PhD work won the Extraordinary Thesis Award in physics among all the dissertations between 2015-2017.

Oct 2017

NASA Postdoctoral Fellowship

I have been awarded with a Postdoctoral Fellowship at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center to study the entropy of radiation.

November 2016

Profesor Garmendia Award

My thesis work won the Profesor Garmendia Award 2016 of the University of Salamanca. Thanks to the Profesor Garmendia foundation for the prize and the Alumni-University of Salamanca for the organization of the contest.

November 2015


I defended my thesis work "Thermodynamics and Life: Past, present and future of the use of energy by living beings" on November 9th with honors ("Cum Laude")!

June 2015

Fundación Iberdrola National Grants 2015

I have been awarded with a project for 2015-2016 about the exergy of radiation at the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC).