Department: Geografía

Faculty: Geografía e Historia

Area: Human Geography

Research group: Transporte, infraestructura y territorio


Doctor by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid with the thesis La huella digital de la ciudad ciclista visualización y análisis de rutas ciclistas gps 2018. Supervised by Dr. Francisco José Lamiquiz Daudén, Dr. Javier Gutiérrez Puebla.

Architect, urban planner and PhD in Geography, his work focuses on the visualization, spatial analysis and modeling of urban and social dynamics, based on the application of Geographic Information Systems and other emergent technologies, and the use of new and unconventional data sources. He teaches at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), where he coordinates the Master in Smart and Sustainable Cities. He has also taught at the Architectural Association School of Architecture of London and has been Visiting Scholar at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and guest lecturer at other universities in Europe and Latin America. As an architect, he has developed a wide range of projects, some of which has been awarded in several international competitions of architecture and urbanism; as a researcher, he works in the tGIS research group at the UCM and, as a consultant, he has worked or is working for different institutions, such as the United Nations Development Program, the Inter-American Development Bank or the European Commission.