As a part of the UCM Star Formation Group (SFG), my research activity is focused on the detailed study of the formation and evolution of galaxies along the lifetime of the Universe. In this sense, I analyze data for nearby galaxies as well as distant sources.

For that study, I compile data from the UV to the FIR to analyze in detail and consistently the emission from the stars, the gas, and the dust in galaxies (access to the UCM Extragalactic Database). As a member of the Team responsible for the MIPS Instrument on Spitzer, I am especially interested in the study of the dust properties and the extinction effects that it induces in the stellar light.

You can find a short description of some of my main projects in the links on the left. If you want to know more, visit Publications. If you are interested in any part of my work, you can also contact me directly.

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