He obtains his university degree in archeology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2016). Afterward, he began to specialize in Geographic Information Systems with his Final Degree Project, Gold characterization within the Iberian Peninsula: Analysis and interpretation of distribution patterns from trace elements.
Later, he acquired a Master’s Degree in Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems taught by the Center for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications (CREAF) at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, to expand and specialize his knowledge in those fields. His final Master’s Thesis had a more technical nature: Creation of WMS for the catalog of Archaeological, Environmental and Architectural assets of Sabadell [PEP]BAMAS, which actively participated in the Special Protection Plan of the city of Sabadell, collaborating with Culturània SCP.
He is currently a member of the Landscape Archaeology research group (GIAP) as a PhD researcher, where he will develop his doctoral thesis Structuration and occupation dynamics on the high-mountain of the eastern Pyrenean. An archeomorphological study between the Cerdanya plain and the high mountains, under the co-direction of Dr. Josep Maria Palet and Dr. Héctor A. Orengo.
This work is developed thanks to an FPI granted by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities within the I+D project Trans Lands: Transported Mediterranean landscapes: an integrated analysis of long-term land-use dynamics at both sides of the Mediterranean (PGC2018-093734-B-E00), led by Dr. Josep Maria Palet and Dr. Héctor A. Orengo.