Materials Science researcher. Broad experience on microstructure evolution modeling, laboratory experiments and industrial process optimization. Project manager for both public and industrial funded research projects. Particularly interested in microalloyed steels (niobium, vanadium, molybdenum,...), phase transformations and modelling.


Materials Science and Engineering, microalloyed steels, phase transformations, modelling

Work History

Work History
Oct 1998 - Present



his research activity is mainly focused on the thermomechanical processing and the microstructural evolution modeling of different steel grades.

He has published over 30 technical papers in international journals and conferences, and two books with an ISBN number. He has also participated in 20 research projects.

Jan 2003 - Present


University of Navarra

Graduate Course: Master Final Project 30 ECTS

Undergraduate Course: Phase Transformations 6 ECTS

Sep 2004 - Nov 2005

Research Visitor

Carnegie Mellon University

Materials Science and Engineering Department. Research in Clean Steel Production and Solidification Processes. Advisor: Prof. A.W. Cramb.


Oct 1998 - Dec 2002

PhD Materials Engineering

University of Navarra