Ph.D. candidate at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (supervisor: Diego Álvarez). Graduated in Computer Science and Masters in Content and Legal Aspects of the Information Society (CALSI), both at the UPV. Lecturer associated with the UPV since 2000 in the Department of Audiovisual Communication and Art History. He teaches in the bachelor’s degree in Audiovisual Communication and at different postgraduate and masters programs at the UPV. He is also a software developer with expertise in analysis, design, and web programming, multimedia content, corporate web, and web applications. He has been a consultant and analyst in web programming, architecture design, and audiovisual content. He is currently an engineer at Arditech, Nuevas Tecnologías, since 2012, and has been a project manager for online applications and multimedia content at DIVEKA Multimedia; Professor of Certification Courses of Professionalism of Integrated Management of Human Resources and Assistance to the Direction at Florida Universitaria. He has participated in the project “Ciencia Cercana Gandia” 2016. (FCT-15-9579), funded by Fundacion Española Para La Ciencia y La Tecnologia. He has co-written chapters with Diego Alvarez and other co-authors, including “Crowdsourcing: A New Way to Citizen Empowerment. Advances in Crowdsourcing”, 2015 (73 – 86), and “Hacking cívico y empoderamiento de la ciudadanía, Hub Cívico” 2017 (108 – 121). He lectures in Video Editing (Bachelor’s Degree in Audiovisual Communications); Publishing and advanced post-production (Bachelor’s Degree in Audiovisual Communications); Usability and Accessibility (Master’s degree CALSI); Web Architecture: Usability and Semantics (master’s degree CALSI); Free Software (Master’s degree CALSI); Multimedia production (Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science).