About me

Brief bio

I studied and worked in Argentina, USA, and Italy. Now I'm based in Spain. I like opera, classical music, and 1980s experimental music.

I am a quantitative economist, specializing in the analysis of time series. My main interests are finance, econophysics, complex systems, nonlinear dynamics, macroeconomics, financial crises, and data mining.

Since 2016, I have been a Mendeley Advisor.

I am an associate professor at Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Spain), a member of the executive board of the Research Centre on Economics and Sustainability (ECO-SOS), and an associated researcher to the I+D+I Consortium on Cloud Computing, Big Data & Emerging Topics (Argentina).

I am honored to be within the top 14% of economists in the European Union and the top 12% in Spain (RePEc/Ideas ranking).

Research interests

  • Financial economics

  • Asset pricing

  • Risk analysis


  • Econophysics

  • Complex systems

  • Nonlinear dynamics


  • Artificial Neural Networks

  • Forecasting

  • Information theory