Supervisors: Jorge Lillo-Box and Nuria Huélamo

I did a Bachelor’s degree in Physics and a Master’s degree in Astrophysics at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). My scientific interest is focused on exoplanets, the field in which I did my Master’s thesis within the K-dwarfs Orbited By habitable Exoplanets (KOBE) experiment. Currently, I am working on my PhD thesis in TROY, a project that was born aiming at detecting for the first time pairs of co-orbital exoplanets or exotrojans. These minor bodies remain elusive and their existence would be an essential piece to improve our understanding on the formation and evolution of planetary systems.

Key wordsExoplanets, co-orbital planets, planetary formation




The first co-orbital worlds. An international effort to look for the missing pieces of exoplanetary systems: planets sharing the same orbital path

The KOBE experiment

Looking for habitable-zone exoplanets around late-type K-dwarfs