Graduated in "Double Bachelor Degree in Mathematics and Physics" at the University of Oviedo (2014-2019). He has also completed the "Master in Condensed Matter Physics and Biological Systems" with specialization in Biophysics taught at the Autonomous University of Madrid (2019-2020). After his graduate studies, Miguel worked as an intern in the "Wind Center of Excellence" department of Endesa (Jun 2020- Jun 2021). He is currently working as a predoctoral researcher in the project: Biophysics of the Immune response: receptors, cells and populations, developed for: Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation.
Areas of interest:
Applied Mathematics, Complexity, Dynamical Systems, Stochastic Processes, Systems Biology.
Programming languages: python, Matlab, R.