I was born in Barcelona in 1978 and got the degree in chemistry at the University of Barcelona in 2002. Then I joined the group of Prof. Joaquim Sales and started working on the development of QSAR/QSPR methodologies for predicting the properties of inorganic and organic molecules in-silico. During this time I earned the M. Sc. Degree (2004) as well as the Ph. D. qualification (2008). After that I spent five years working as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Bristol (2008/2010) and the Institut Català d’Investigació Química (ICIQ, 2010/2013). I moved back to the University of Barcelona in late 2013 and joined the Electronic Structure group as a Juan de la Cierva researcher. My research interests focus on the computational study of catalyzed homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions, reactivity inside in metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and molecular magnetism of transition metal and lanthanide compounds. I am currently a Lecturer at the Organic and Inorganic Department.