Ph.D. Student in Economics and Business

I’m an Assistant Professor at Dublin City University, where I teach Business Ethics, and a Visiting Scholar at the Irish Institute of Digital Business. In addition, I’m an associated member of the Institute of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (DATAI) of the University of Navarra (Spain) and a Professor currently on leave at the University of Guadalajara (Mexico). I have extensive experience lecturing at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, having taught in academic institutions across Mexico, Spain, and Ireland.

I’m pursuing a Ph.D. in Economics and Business at the University of Navarra, where I specialize in AI Ethics. My research interests include exploring the effects of Technology on Society and the Economy.

I have been privileged to engage in educational and scholarly activities across a diverse array of institutions. My contributions include teaching, delivering keynote speeches, and active participation in numerous seminars, workshops, and discussion forums. These activities have been hosted by renowned universities and institutions, including Babson College, Bentley University, Carl Von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, George Mason University, ISEM Fashion Business School, Łódź University of Technology, Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Universidad Tecnológica Privada de Santa Cruz, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Furthermore, I have been fortunate to receive funding for my training and research endeavors from renowned institutions, including the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA), the European Social Fund, The Institute for Humane Studies, The Liberty Fund, and the Mexican Council for Science and Technology (CONACYT).  

In 2023, I was honored with the Calihan Academic Grant from the Acton Institute. Additionally, our team was awarded a research grant from the IBM Tech Ethics Lab at the University of Notre Dame to conduct research on the ethics of AI-language models.