Adrian studied computer science (B.S. in UPC), psychology (B.S. in UB), and cognitive systems (2017-2018 M.S. in UPF). He is interested in understanding how the brain controls action under uncertainty and how we can synthesize its principles into real-world robots. In September 2018, Adrian started as a research assistant at SPECS-lab, and since September 2019, he registered as a Ph.D. student at UPF and will be doing his research thesis at SPECS-lab where he studies cerebellar learning from a computational perspective. He is also a certified drone pilot.