Department: Matemáticas

Centre: Facultad de Ciencia y Tecnología

Campus: Bizkaia

Field of knowledge: Ciencias


Doctor by the Universidad de Zaragoza with the thesis Resolución numérica de problemas inversos en termografía activa para la caracterización de grietas 2017. Supervised by Dr. Ricardo Celorrio de Pablo.

I am a member of the Department of Mathematics at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). My current research focuses on solving geophysical inverse problems using the Finite Element Method and advanced regression methods based on Neural Networks. Since I finished mechanical engineering on Feb 2009, I worked in the Group of Acoustics at the University of Zaragoza until 2013 as a research support fellow in engineering projects. My main task there was predicting indoor and outdoor sound in building acoustics and environmental noise, as well as measuring sound. During this period, I studied a master in Applied Mechanics that I finished on Sep 2011, after which I enrolled in a Ph.D. supervised by Prof. Celorrio. My dissertation, entitled "Inverse problems in active thermography for cracks characterization", defended on Sep 2017 and was based on a Discontinuous Galerkin method. From Sep 2017 to Oct 2019, I worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Computational and Applied Mathematics at the Basque Center for Applied Mathematics (BCAM) under the supervision of Prof. Pardo. My research focused on developing new efficient numerical methods for High-Performance Computing (HPC) to predict the propagation of elasto-acoustic waves through heterogeneous materials.