About me

I am a soon-to-be an Assistant Professor in Philosophy at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam.

From November 2022 until November 2023, I have been a postdoc researcher at the PhilETAS (Philosophy of Engineering, Technology and Science) research group, based at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the Institute for Technology Assesment and System Analysis (ITAS) (Germany). From summer 2021 to winter 2022, I was a postdoc researcher at the UniFr_ESH Institute (University of Fribourg Environmental Sciences and Humanities Institute) in the project ‘Principles of Ethical Decision-Making in Environmental Practice’, funded by the Swiss National Fund (SNF).

I graduated in summer 2021 with a dissertation in climate justice for loss and damage at the Department of Philosophy and the Doctoral Program in Climate Change (FWF-Project Decision Making Under Uncertainty) at the University of Graz (Austria). My dissertation received the Luis Díez del Corral Prize from the Center of Political and Constitutional Studies in Spain (research centered attached to the Ministry of Presidency) and will be the basis for my upcoming book in Routledge on justice for loss and damage.

For a while, I taught at the University of Valencia (Spain), where I also started my PhD before moving to Graz. I have been a visiting PhD student at Keele University and the University of Washington. I am also a La Caixa Fellow!

I enjoy being in nature while climbing, hiking or biking, but I also like to lift weights and play board games. Also, I turned 30 during the pandemic and started playing ukulele, but my singing skills are still quite bad. For some reason, I like watering dead (yet-seemingly-alive) plants.

I speak Spanish (native), English (profiency level), German (advanced level) and ‘una mica’ of Catalan.

You can find me on Twitter. I post mostly about academia, my life as a migrant and, sometimes, about (Spanish) politics.

You can also find my work on PhilpeopleAcademia.eduGoogle Scholar and Research Gate. However, this webpage contains the most up-to-date information about me and my work.