I have a doctorate degree in computer science in the area of robotics/artificial intelligence. I did my master’s in computer gratification and virtual environments. I have two bachelor’s degrees, one in physics, and the other in computer science. My background in these areas allows me to carry out research in the field of concept acquisition applied to robotics, and applications in diverse areas, as well as to teach a broad gamma of related subjects, including basic courses in the Computer Science degree. Currently, I am especially interested in machine learning and natural human language processing, psychology and neuroscience. I like working on interdisciplinary projects, especially mechatronic engineering, animal cognition, psychology and other related areas.