Short Bio:

I received my BS and MS in Computer Engineering from the University of Basque Country (Spain), in 2002. Nowadays, i am part of the Service and Administration Staff of the University of Cantabria, as a research support manager (computers and systems management) and assistant professor in the Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering at the University of Cantabria.

After graduating as engineer, i have been mainly working as research support manager at the Computer Architecture and Technology and Computer Engineering research groups, managing computers and networks for supercomputer and cluster HPC/HTC machines. Since 2008, i have also been teaching operating systems and computer management at degree and master of Computer and Telecommunication Engineerings at this University, as assistant professor. Desides, i have advised several EoG and EoM projects to Computer and Telecommunication Engineerings students.

During these years, my main lines of work focus around:

  • Supercomputers and HPC/HTC Cluster System environments (Design, built and management)
  • Design and start up of Data Centers, focus on energy efficiency and control tools (DCIM)
  • Development tool on Data Center’s managements tasks
  • Virtualization and Cloud Computing environments (XEN, Dockers, Kubernetes)

Research Interest:

  • KVM and cluster support for GEM5
  • Big Data and NoSQL distributed DB
  • Virtualization and Cloud computing
  • HPC/HTC Computing
  • Energy efficiency in Data Centers
  • Security and Cryptography in Cloud Computing

Research support:

Work areas as senior system manager:

  • Experience in UNIX (IRIX and SOLARIS) systems administration and monitor tools and mainly LINUX distributions (RH and Debian)
  • Knowledge & understanding of backup technologies (HP) & disaster recovery methods
  • Knowledge & understanding in virtual environments (XEN, VMware, VirtualBox, Dockers)
  • Energy efficiency in Data Centers
  • Knowledge of cloud computing


  • Advanced Linux Administration
  • Design and Management of Computer Systems