Daniel got his Chemistry Degree in the University of Salamanca (Spain). In 2008 he joined the Philippe Maitre’s group in the University of Paris XI, (France) and started working with different MS approaches. Then, he joined, for a 3-year PhD the Jean-Yves Salpin’s group in Evry (France) to work with both theoretical and experimental approaches in small molecules. Under Sophie Le Caer supervision, he started in the CEA in 2012 working for a better understanding of ageing phenomena in Lithium-ion batteries. In 2015, he joined the EPFL ISIC MS facility as a Scientis

Interest: Small molecules, Ion mobility, Spectroscopy, Method Development


2003 – 2008

Master of Science, Chemistry, University of Salamanca, Spain

2008– 2009
Master in Physical Chemistry, University of Orsay, France

2009 – 2012
PhD in Physical Chemistry, University of Evry Val d’Essonne, France

2012 – 2015
Post doctoral works in the Lithium-ion-Batteries field, CEA, France

2014 – 2015
Post doctoral works in the Ultrafast chemistry field, University of Orsay, France

2015 – Present
Scientist in the EPFL MS platform, Lausanne, Switzerland