I graduated in Physics in the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) in 1993, obtaining in 1999 my PhD at the same university. I became associated professor in the area of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence in 2002. I have led the conception of CiTIUS, promoting and taking part in the definition of its first strategic plan. Since 2010 I am the head of the centre.
My research interests focus on temporal reasoning, temporal data mining, intelligent signal processing, fuzzy sets, and knowledge-based systems and, in particular, on the application of these techniques in the medical domain. I have also led some regional and national research projects related to above-mentioned topics.