Alejandro Cencerrado has over 6 years of experience in statistics and data analysis before joining The Happiness Research Institute as a Senior Data Analyst. Prior to that, he worked as a Data Scientist at several innovative companies in Denmark, having accumulated over 5 years of working experience with Big Data and user behavior.
Alejandro has always been highly interested in happiness research and since 2005, he tracks his emotions and routines by a diary, providing a score related to the happiness he experienced during that day. This has allowed him to develop an algorithm which automatically reads texts extracting the external factors that affect his emotions the most.
Alejandro holds a Master degree in Physical Science from the University of Madrid. His main interest is to collect and analyze demographic data on life satisfaction and to encourage people to think in a more scientific way about their happiness.