He received his M.S. degree from the University Carlos III of Madrid, in 2014. Currenty, he is PhD Candidate and Researcher at the RoboticsLab\break research group, and works with the Humanoid Robot TEO. His research is focused on whole-body postural control\break for humanoid robot tasks. Since 2011, He is member of the RoboticsLab and the ASROB robotic association, and He has helped to develop different robotic platforms such as the humanoid robot TEO, the assistive robot ASIBOT or the soft robotic neck from the HUMASOFT project. His interests include robotic design, mechatronics, computer vision, and the performance of personal o service robots.