Currently a PhD candidate within the NETMNF project (A novel thermosiphon-like cooling system based on magnetocaloric nanofluids) focusing on the numerical modelling of a magnetic refrigeration system based on the magnetocaloric effect.
Originally from A Coruña (Galicia, Spain), I graduated in Industrial Enginering (Ingeniería Industrial) at Universidade de Vigo (BSc and MSc) focusing on Mechanical and Thermal Engineering, including the completion of a Master Thesis in refrigeration technology at Hochschule Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe, Germany).
I worked for two years as research assistant at the Energy Technology group (GTE) at the Universidade de Vigo, developing CFD code for the modelling of biomass combustion in domestic boilers. I also carried out research about biomass gasification modelling for 4 months at the Fraunhofer Institut in Magdeburg, Germany.
In may 2017 and after two years working at HoSt Bio-energy Installations in Enschede (the Netherlands) in collaboration with the Thermal Engineering group of the Universiteit Twente, I graduated as PDEng with a project about the design and optimisation of a large-scale biomass furnace using CFD simulations. Later, in september same year, I started in my current position as PhD candidate.
Also, and most importantly, a Real Club Deportivo de A Coruña minor shareholder and lifetime supporter.