Roberto obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Experimental Sciences, specializing in Physics, from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Móstoles in 2015. Following that, he pursued a Master's Degree in Mathematical Engineering, specializing in Non-Linear Systems and Numerical Methods, at Universidad Carlos III in Leganés in 2017. Then he embarked on his PhD at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, focusing on the simulation of neuronal networks as nonlinear systems, while also teaching Physics at the undergraduate level. In 2022, he achieved another Master's Degree in Computer Graphics from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, specializing in Simulations and GPGPU. Roberto is now part of the team at our new Mestrelab Research Center (CIM).