Rubén Fedriani did his undergraduate in mathematics at the University of Cádiz, University of Saarland, and University Complutense of Madrid. He then completed a masters in astrophysics at the University Complutense of Madrid and the European Space Astronomy Center. Rubén moved to Ireland to pursue his PhD in astrophysics at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies and University College Dublin. After his PhD, Rubén moved to Sweden to the Chalmers University of Technology where he secured a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship. His field of expertise is star formation and he studies how stars are born. Rubén uses the most powerful telescopes in the world to pierce through the clouds where these stars are forming, including the Hubble Space Telescope, the Very Large Telescope, the Binocular Telescope, and the recently launched James Webb Space Telescope, among others.
Objectives within ACES:
As the main point of contact in the Goteborg Node, I aim at connecting researchers and creating a solid and long-lasting community that can support each other. I hope to build a nice group that can share ideas, passions, and their free time over some social activities. I am looking forward to welcoming all researchers in the Goteborg area!