After obtaining the Bachelor’s in Telecommunication Engineering at the Public University of Navarra, he studied a Sound and Music Computing Master’s at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, following his passion on music. He is interested in anything involved with sound, with big focus in three dimensional audio and how to interact with it, introducing visual stimuli and Virtual Reality.

Now, he is immersed in his PhD in multimodal tools to improve neurofeedback performance with immersive virtual environments and cognitive variables, involved in EEG measurements, developing paradigms to study how anxiety can affect people’s decision making and researching how human brains attend different sound sources playing together.