The Jupyter OVerride for Astronomical Libraries (JOVIAL) is notebook-based cloud environment to process astronomical data on-line. This service provides Jupyter Notebooks to astronomers, that are executed in the cloud under a python environment


DockerPedia provides a vulnerability analysis of 150 thousand most popular Docker images and a visualization of them

Selected Publications

We propose to use containers for distributing software experiments throughout software images and an annotation system that will allow to describe these software images
ISWC 2018 SemSci, 2018

Recent Publications

JOVIAL: Notebook-based Astronomical Data Analysis in the Cloud


DockerPedia: a Knowledge Graph of Docker Images


Docker-based Implementation for an Astronomical Data Analysis Cloud Service

Storage Balancing in P2P Based Distributed RDF Data Stores

Recent & Upcoming Talks

DockerPedia - StarsConf
Nov 16, 2018 12:00 PM
How does dockerpedia work?
Nov 14, 2018 12:00 PM
Herramientas de contenedores para el desarrollo de software para IoT
Apr 14, 2018 9:00 AM
Desarrollo en sistemas operativos basados en Linux
Mar 24, 2018 9:00 AM
Docker security: Using Containers safely
Jul 12, 2017 12:00 PM


I am part-time teacher for the following courses at Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María

  • Operating Systems (2017-2, 2018-2)
  • Software Deployment (2017-2, 2018-1)
  • Intro to Linux System Administration (2015-2,2017-1)

As co-advisor, I work with:

  • Tomás Gonzalez - Undergraduate, final project (2018). Main advisor: Carlos Buil-Aranda

And I worked with:

  • Gonzalo Moya - Undergraduate, final project (2017). Main advisor: Horst von Brand