My main research interest revolves around investigating the way gravity works, at the smallest and largest scales in the Universe.

At cosmological scales, I am researching the pattern and dynamics of large-scale structures in the Universe such as galaxy clusters, as well as the physics of gravitational waves and their implications for the elusive dark energy.

At the same time, I am interested in the fascinating physics of solar evolution and helioseismology, and the information these may reveal about fundamental physics, in particular, our understanding of gravity at stellar scales.

The rest of my time I spend investigating the high-energy properties of gravity theories aiming to explain dark energy or the Big Bang, and their observational imprints in the context of future missions such as Euclid or LISA.