Contact with Eduardo for any technical issues related to document automation.
I started my professional career in academia. After obtaining a B.S. in (theoretical) Physics in Universidad Autónoma de Madrid I traveled to the United States to pursue further my studies in the fields of mathematics and physics. In 1990 I was awarded a Ph.D. in Mathematical Physics by the State University of New York. Upon completion of my Ph. D. degree I worked for as long as 9 years as a researcher in the field of mathematical-physics in the following prestigious universities:
- Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium).
- University of London, Queen Mary & Westfield College (UK).
- Laboratoire du Physique Mathématique, Université de Montpellier (France).
- Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain).
I was also awarded a European Union Fellowship to help funding my research. As a researcher I published more than 40 papers (in collaboration with many different colleagues) in some of the most highly recognized scientific publications of my field of research.
In 1999 I decided to leave academia to join the “Internet revolution” and start a new personal adventure as an entrepreneur. I started using Internet-like networks in the early eighties and enjoyed the birth of the World Wide Web in the early nineties with the help of the Mosaic and Netscape browsers. I created my first website in 1996 with the help of my Quantum Mechanics students while being a teacher in Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
In the year 2000, in collaboration with other four partners, I created a company (located in Madrid) mainly concentrated in the development of educational websites as well as general purpose web apps. Since 2011 I have become gradually more interested in the edition of general purpose software packages. Finally in 2014 I created (with the help of some friends and investors) No-Nonsense Labs the company behind Docxpresso.