My research consists in using formal methods in different application areas. Currently, I’m mainly working on formal methods for testing complex systems but occasionally do some work on probabilistic and timed extensions of process algebras. I’m also working on the use of formal methods in user modelling, with an emphasis on collective intelligence. In particular, I’m interested in the inclusion/addition/adaption of formal methods and economic concepts and systems.

I am the founder of the Design and Testing of Reliable Systems research group at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. The group is currently lead by my colleagues Luis Llana and Mercedes G. Merayo.

I am the coordinator of the FORTE-CM Program, funded by the Regional Goverment of Madrid under the grant P2018/TCS-4314. I was the coordinator of the SICOMORo-CM program

I was the scientific coordinator of the Marie Curie RTN TAROT (Training And Research On Testing). The network coordinator was Ana Cavalli. As one of the network activities, I organized the 2nd Tarot Summer School in Toledo, Spain, June 2006 and the 5th Tarot Summer School in Las Navas del Marqués, Spain, July 2009.

In this interview (in Spanish, by Mario Piatinni) I comment on my past and current (2011) research lines.

The DBLP list containing most of my publications can be found here. Author copies of my papers can be found here.