I conduct research in the fields of wearable, mobile and ubiquitous technologies, activity recognition, human-computer interaction and software engineering. Please visit my publication page to find out more about my research.
I was born in Buenos Aires and moved to Barcelona when I was 17 year-old where I obained a Bachelor’s degree in computer science at the Pompeu Fabra University with honors and an award to the highest grades of the 2009-promotion. I then moved to Germany where I studied Computational Science and Engineering at the Technical University of Munich with the financial support of a fellowship from the Fundación Caja Madrid. In 2011, before finishing my Master program, I met Prof. Brügge at a summer school, who offered me to do a Ph.D. at his research group. I obtained my doctoral degree in software engineering with a focus on ubiquitous technologies and human-computer interaction in 2016 with suma cum laude. Driven by different exciting research ideas I could not finish during my Ph.D., I decided to stay for three more years at the department and pursue a Habilitation (the highest degree attainablein Germany). During my professional career, I obtained different awards and published my research at top scientific conferences.