I'm a lecturer in Computational Archaeology at the School of History, Classics in Archaeology of the University of Edinburgh.
My original background is a bachelor degree in Computer Science in Universitat Pompeu Fabra (2003), where I graduated with the first rank of my promotion. I did my PhD in Heritage studies in Universitat de Barcelona (2009). From 2009 to 2016 I led the Humanities research group at the Barcelona Supercomputing Centre.
This transdisciplinary experience helps me to stablish links between Humanities and Computer Science, with the aim of developing research methodologies focused on studying human behavior and the role it plays in socioecological dynamics.