Architect by University of Valparaiso, Chile (1998) and post-degree in Urban Environment and Sustainability (1998) at the same university. He is Master degree in urban management by UPC, Spain (2003) and PhD candidate at the same university. He is researcher and coordinator of graduate courses at Centre of Land Policy and Valuations, CPSV.
Between 1998 and 2001 he worked as assistant professor at the School of Architecture and the School of Civil Construction at the University of Valparaiso, Chile and as architect in the office of taxes of the Municipality of Quilpué (Chile).
Since 2003 he is Researcher at the CPSV and also since 2005 coordinator of postgraduate courses of the same. His experience focuses on urban management systems, urban regeneration processes, especially in port areas and waterfronts redevelopment, urban planning and GIS applied to the city and territory.
He has participated in various competitive research projects in technologies for accessibility to urban heritage, growth models and spatial analysis and GIS in local management, acting as technical coordinator in some of them.
Since 2005 he is member of the Research Group consolidated in Quality of Urban Life and Sustainability (recognized by the AGAUR)