Graduated in Mathematics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. He later obtained a PhD in Mathematics and a Master’s degree in Multidisciplinary Mathematics at the Polytechnic University of Valencia. He is currently a lecturer in Economics at the Jaume I University in Castellón, where he is also a student on the Doctoral Programme of the Inter-University Institute for Local Development.
Throughout his career, he focused his studies on spaces of integrable Banach functions with respect to a vector measure. Later, he moved on to work in the field of econometrics to obtain models that allow for capturing similarities between observations, as well as the construction of multidimensional indices through appropriate metrics. The implementation of these techniques is materialised through the development of Machine Learning algorithms for their estimation and optimisation. He is currently focusing his studies on predictive and descriptive algorithms around the disease caused by SARS-COV2.