B.Sc. in Physics and M.Sc. in Astrophysics at Universidad Complutense de Madrid. In 2017 he was granted a 4-year fellowship (ref. FPU15/01476) as a PhD student in Astrophysics at the same university in the context of the CARMENES project. During this time, he combined research and teaching activities in several B.Sc. programmes. As part of his PhD training, he also enjoyed a research stay at the Hamburg Observatory (Germany).
His area of expertise is high-resolution spectroscopy in the optical and near-infrared regions in order to accurately determine the stellar atmospheric parameters and abundances of late-type stars by means of different techniques (equivalent widths and spectral synthesis).
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|Key words||late-type stars – spectroscopy – stellar atmospheric parameters – spectral synthesis|