I am a Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto (Matterlab group). I earned my PhD in quantum computation and quantum information at the Universitat de Barcelona. I’m currently working on near-term quantum algorithms and high-dimensional quantum physics.

Besides fundamental physics, I have a great interest in quantum technologies, education and public outreach activities. I’ve given several popular science talks and seminars. I appeared in some newspapers and participated in radio programs, mostly to explain what quantum computational scientists are doing.

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  • Quantum computing
  • Multipartite entanglement
  • High-dimensional quantum physics
  • Logic AI
  • Machine Learning


  • PhD in Physics, 2019

    Universitat de Barcelona

  • MS in Astrophysics, Particle Physics and Cosmology, 2015

    Universitat de Barcelona

  • BS in Physics, 2014

    Universitat de Barcelona




Postdoctoral fellow

Alan Aspuru-Guzik group, University of Toronto

Sep 2019 – Present Toronto, ON
Quantum Computing subgroup: Near-term applications of quantum computing, Quantum Machine Learning, Variational quantum algorithms.

Techinical Researcher

Quantic group, Barcelona Supercomputing Center

Jun 2017 – Jun 2019 Barcelona, Spain
Research areas: quantum computing, multipartite entanglement.

Visiting Scholar

Instituto de Fisica Teórica (CSIC)

Feb 2017 – Mar 2017 Madrid, Spain
Research areas: particle physics.

Visiting Scholar

University of Oxford

Jan 2016 – May 2016 Oxford, UK
Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics.

Specialized Technician

Universitat de Barcelona

Feb 2014 – Sep 2014 Barcelona, Spain
Project: “Entanglement, tensor networks and cold gases”




Bojos per la Supercomputació

Fundació Catalunya-La Pedrera

April 2019 – May 2019 Barcelona, Spain
Quantum Computing module content creator and teacher.

Teacher Assistant

Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona

September 2017 – August 2019 Barcelona, Spain

Teacher Assistant

Universitat de Barcelona

September 2016 – August 2017 Barcelona, Spain

Awards and Honors

IBM Pulse access award

Special access to pulse-level IBMQ devices

Excellent Cum Laude PhD

Teach Me QISKit award

Best interactive self-paced tutorial that explains a specific focus topic in quantum computing using Qiskit and the IBM Q Experience.
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Recent Talks

Variational Quantum Computing

Introduction to NISQ computing and Variational Quantum Algorithms and their applications.

Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum algorithms

A universal fault-tolerant quantum computer that can solve efficiently problems such as integer factorization and unstructured database …

Maximal Entanglement in a Quantum Computer

Nature is such that Maximal Entangled states exist. This conjecture is based on the fact that we not only observe maximal entanglement …



Interviews in regional and national newspapers.

Radio and podcast

Radio podcasts with interviews and discussions about science.


Talks, youtube interviews and interviews in TV.


Computación cuántica en la nube

Los avances tanto a nivel teórico como experimental auguran un gran futuro para la computación cuántica. En un afán de acelerar el progreso, los desarrolladores de ordenadores cuánticos han puesto sus infraestructuras a disposición del público.

How I became a quantum computation scientist

My first steps in quantum computing.

Quantum Computation: playing the quantum symphony

Popular science summary about the basics of quantum computing.