About me:

I am an assistant professor at TU Delft DCSC. I finished my PhD in 2010 in the CyPhyLab working under the supervision of Professor Paulo Tabuada, after which I spent two years as a postdoctoral researcher at INCAS3 and the University of Groningen. My main topics of research are Symbolic Methods in Control and Networked Control Systems. For more information about my research go to my research page or see my publications. My CV can be downloaded here.


PhD, Electrical Engineering, UCLA, June 2010.
Master of Science, Electrical Engineering, UCLA, March 2007.
Ingeniero Superior, Telecommunications Engineering, UPM (Madrid), March 2003.
Civilingenjör, Electrical Engineering, KTH (Stockholm), March 2003.

Previous locations:

September 2010 till September 2012:

    Postdoctoral researcher at INCAS3, an innovation center for sensor technologies, and at the University of Groningen, under the supervision of Dr. Ming Cao.

October 2005 till June 2010:

    Graduate Student (PhD) at the Department of Electrical Engineering of UCLA. Supported through a joint scholarship from the Ministry of Science and Education of Spain and UCLA, and as a Graduate Student Researcher (through NSF grants) on the CyPhyLab directed by Prof. Tabuada.

February 2005 till September 2005:

    Teaching assistant and assistant researcher on Hybrid Systems Identification at the CDSC of The University of Newcastle, with a Research Scholarship. My supervisor there was Dr. James Welsh.

Sept 2004 until January 2005:

    Assistant researcher at the Robotics and Cybernetics Lab, DISAM-UPM. Working under the supervision of Professor Antonio Barrientos in the project PLATEL (development of the Motion System of a Vehicle Simulator).

March 2003 and until April 2004:

    Teaching assistant and assistant researcher at the Control Systems (EE) and Optimization and Systems Theory (Math) divisions at KTH. My research at KTH was performed under the supervision of Professors Karl H. Johansson (also my MSc Thesis supervisor) and Xiaoming Hu in Cooperative Robotics.