About

Hi there!

I am a pure mathematician working in set theory.
Currently, I am a Postdoctal Fellow at the Harvard Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications (CMSA) and Lecturer at Harvard Math starting on July 1st. 

I got my Ph. D. from the University of Barcelona in November 2020 under the supervision of Prof. Joan Bagaria. My 4-years doctoral training was sponsored by the most prestigious and competitive fellowship in Spain — the FPU-Fellowship from the Spanish Ministry of Education. After graduation my PhD dissertation was awarded the UB Doctorate Extraordinary Prize for the most outstanding thesis in Mathematics read at the UB. Before joining Harvard (November 2020 — August 2022) I was Postdoctoral Researcher at the Einstein Institute of Mathematics of the Hebrew University, mentored by Prof. Menachem Magidor.

My research interest in set theory includes forcing, large cardinals, singular combinatorics and Woodin’s HOD Conjecture. My interests extend to other areas of pure mathematics; namely, Functional Analysis, Infinite Group Theory and General Topology. Some of my latest—and upcoming—research works touch upon the applications of infinite methods to these fields.

In the last few years, I have also served in a number of leadership activities. These include the organization of the AMS-JMM Special Session «Model-theoretic and higher infinite methods in descriptive set theory and related areas», the «Harvard CMSA/Tsinghua Math-Science Lecture» and the «Harvard CMSA Colloquium».

During the Fall semester of 2023, I will be the lead organizer of the Harvard CMSA Colloquium.