I obtained my mathematics degree at the University of Zaragoza (Unizar) while I worked as popularizer of science at the Institute of Mathematics and Applications (IUMA-Unizar). I studied the MSc Mathematical Modelling, in Mathematical Research and in Statistical and Computing Sciences, at the Universities of the Basque Country, Zaragoza and Oviedo. My master thesis, which was supervised by Prof. Ricardo Celorrio, was entitled "Interaction between the electron beam and the specimen in Transmission Electron Microscopy".
I worked at the Aragón Materials Science Institute (ICMA) and Condensed Matter Physics department of the University of Zaragoza in the project "Theoretical and computational study of friction phenomena in nanoscale" under the supervision of Prof. Juan José Mazo.
In November 2015, I moved to Barcelona to study algebraic coding theory in order to obtain a PhD in Computer Science at the Autonomous University of Barcelona under the supervision of Prof. Josep Rifà and Prof. Joaquim Borges. My thesis is focused on Hadamard full propelinear codes and Quasi-Hadamard full propelinear codes.
J.A. Armario, I. Bailera, J. Borges, and J. Rifà. Quasi-Hadamard full propelinear codes. Mathematics in Computer Science, 12 (4): 419--428, 2018.
I. Bailera, J. Borges, and J. Rifà. Hadamard full propelinear codes with associated group $C_2t \times C_2$, Submitted to Designs, Codes and Cryptography.
I. Bailera, J. Borges, and J. Rifà. About some Hadamard full propelinear (2t,2,2)-codes. Rank and kernel. Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics, 54: 319--324, 2016.