Popular Science (in English)

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A supernovae as it would be lensed by a black hole My article on primordial black holes and gravitational lensing was discussed on UC Berkeley News, Wired, New Scientist, The Daily Californian, Forbes and CEA Fabrique de savoirs (in French).

My work on dark energy and gravitational waves has been featured in Wired, Quanta Magazine, Science News, New Scientist, Forbes, PNAS Inner Workings, LBNL News Center and CEA-IPhT (in French).

I also enjoy giving popular science talks connected to my research. I gave a talk on Gravitational Waves on Cal Day 2018, on the 150th Anniversary of the University of California. I also participated in the Taste of Science Festival.

Popular Science (in Spanish)

I have written several articles discussing scientific issues connected (or not) to my work:

The popular podcast "Coffee Break: Señal y Ruido" featured my article on GW and DE in Ep134 (min 47) and a bit latter my work on Primordial Black Holes in Ep143 (min 72). I was interviewed in Segmento Astronomico about gravitational lensing of supernovae, primordial black holes and dark matter.

I sporadically write the blog "Persistencia y serendipia" , where I reflect on my impressions of the scientific endeavor, and answer science questions on the FdeT website.

I collaborate with the Horizonte de Sucesos podcast, where I have been interviewed on different topics:


During my postdoc service I have taught in a number of courses in the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Heidelberg and the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.

I have also participated in graduated schools: ↦ video lecture on modified gravity at the Cosmology School in the Canary Islands.

The presentation below was prepared for the undergraduate and Master students of the cosmology courses at the University of Barcelona: