at IMDEA Networks
- Cooperative communications for wireless access and wireless multihop networks
- Cross-layer mechanisms for high performance in wireless communication
- Localized geographic routing in large-scale wireless multihop networks
- Practical validation of wireless techniques using software-defined radios
- Outstanding Master Thesis Award 2011 in the field of Computer Science by the Fakultätentag Informatik (Germany-wide)
- Best Master Thesis Award 2011 in the fields of Computer Science, Mathematics and Engineering Management by Datenlotsen Informationssysteme (university-wide)
- Best Master Student Award 2011 at the Electrical Engineering and Information Technology department by CST AG
- Best Demo Award at IEEE WoWMoM 2013 for "Practical OFDMA in Wireless Networks with Multiple Transmitter-Receiver Pairs"
- Best Poster Award at IEEE WoWMoM 2014 for "Corridor-based Routing: Opening Doors to PHY-Layer Advances for Wireless Multihop Networks"
- Best Paper Award at IEEE WoWMoM 2014 for "Practical Interference Alignment in the Frequency Domain for OFDM-based Wireless Access Networks"
I joined the Wireless Networking Group at IMDEA Networks in April 2015 as a post-doc researcher. My main areas of interest lie in cooperative communications for both wireless access and wireless multihop networks, including routing issues as well as practical validation on wireless testbeds. Currently, I focus on mm-Wave communications and, in particular, wireless LANs such as in the 802.11ad standard.
Prior to joining IMDEA Networks, I graduated in Electrical Engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (ETSIT UPM) and Technische Universität Darmstadt in 2011 after completing an international double degree program. After that, I obtained my PhD in Computer Science from Technische Universität Darmstadt in March 2015. During my PhD, I was a research associate at the Secure Mobile Networking Lab, contributing to the Research Priority Program Cocoon.