Supervisors: José Antonio Caballero Hernández, Jorge Sanz Forcada

BSc/Licenciate Degree in Physics in Universidad de Salamanca, and MSc in Astrophysics in Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Since 2017 investigates, inside the CARMENES consortium, the properties of M dwarfs, which are the most common type of stars in the Galaxy.

CARMENES was conceived as an instrument and as a project to discover rocky, temperate, Earth-like planets in the habitable zones of M dwarfs.




Keywords Cool stars — Low-mass stars — Exoplanets — Photometry — Stellar catalogues


Teegardens Star


CAB participates in the CARMENES consortium, an innovative instrument designed to search for Earth-like planets.