PhD in archeology from the University of Barcelona (2020) and extraordinary doctorate award for the thesis “Phoenician-Punic fortifications and poliorcetic in the central and western Mediterranean (centuries IX-II BC)” directed by Dr. J. Sanmartí ( UB) and Dr. Mª.E. Aubet (UPF). He has carried out research stays at the Università degli Studi di Sassari (ITA), at the Università degli Studi di Palermo (ITA) and at the Institut National du Patrimoine (TUN), as well as occasional stays at the Universities of Alicante, Almería, Seville, Cádiz and the University of Lisbon (PT).
At an international level, he has been a member of the Catalan-Tunisian team that has carried out the archaeological investigation of the Numidian-Roman city of Althiburos (TUN), where he was responsible, together with Dr. Jordi Campillo, for the prospecting work of the megalithic necropolis. Since 2019, he has also been part of the “Tiro Project” (LIB), directed by Dr. Mª.E. Aubet, Dr. Ali Badawi (DGA) and Dr. Franciso Nuñez (PCMA-UW), financed by the Palarq Foundation, where he is responsible for one of the excavation areas of the “Acropolis” of the Phoenician city. At the national level, he has been part of the research project on the study of the barrier wall of the Iberian oppidum of Giribaile (Vilches), directed by Dr. L.M. Gutierrez (UJA). At the moment he is part of various research projects developed by the UB and the MAC in the current Catalan territory and which focus on the study of Iberian culture and is a member of the research group G.R.A.C.P.E. (UB).
He is the author of various scientific contributions in both journals and books, as well as being an evaluator for various journals of the Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI) and having given various presentations and communications at scientific conferences and meetings, organizing several of them. Currently, and within his post-doctoral contract Juan de la Cierva-formation, he is developing the project “Study of the the Phoenician-Punic fortifications and poliorcetic and its influence on the indigenous military architecture of the central-western Mediterranean” where he delves into the knowledge of this civilization and its importance in the introduction, diffusion and development of military knowledge in the Mediterranean West.
His main lines of research focus on the study of Phoenician-Punic military architecture and poliorcetic, its influence on the indigenous fortifications of the central-western Mediterranean from the late Bronze Age to its survival in the Roman-Republican period, the fortification processes and colonization identified in each region (North Africa, Sicily, Sardinia and Iberia) during protohistory, as well as the archeology of the conflict and the historical processes that led to armed confrontations based on siege warfare.