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    Sex: Female| Date of birth: 01/06/1986| Nationality: Spanish

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    Junior Researcher in Aerospace (August 2010 - July 2014)

    Department of Applied Physics, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. BarcelonaTech, Spain

    ▪ Preparation of research strategies and field campaign (BLLAST).

    ▪ Software and experimental development (MLM, DALES and BLLAST).

    ▪ Analysis of measurement and numerical simulation data.

    ▪ Preparation of teaching material and planning and teaching the courses.

    ▪ Oral and poster presentations in international conferences (BLT AMS, EGU and EMS).

    Junior Researcher (Mar. 2012 - Nov. 2012)

    Fluid Mechanics Department, University of Utah, Salt Lake City (UT), USA.

    ▪ Preparation and participation on a field measurement campaign (MATERHORN).

    ▪ Analysis of measured data.

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    PhD in Aerospace Science and Technology (2010 - 2014) Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. BarcelonaTech, Spain

    Law Degree (2011-present) Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain

    Master in Aerospace Science and Technology (2007-2009) Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. BarcelonaTech, Spain

    Aeronautic Engineering with specialization in Air Navigation Systems and Technologies (2003-2007) Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. BarcelonaTech, Spain

    BEng (Hons) Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering (2007) University of Wales, North East Walles Institute of Higher Education, UK.  

    PERSONAL SKILLS

    Mother tongue(s) - Spanish and Catalan

    Other language(s) - English (Proficient user) and French (Basic user)

    Communication skills - Excellent communication skills gained through teaching Physics in university, courses and Mart XXI project. Technical and scientific communication skills enhanced by oral presentations in international conferences.

    Organisational - Organisational and decision making skills gained through the planning of the PhD research strategy and field campaign. Planning and management of Mart XXI project and PhD council.

    Job-related skills - Creative and innovative skills gained through the development of a research in aerospace science. Strong analytical skills developed through the study of measurement and numerical simulation data.

    Computer skills - Good command of Windows, Linux and Microsoft Office™ tools. Good in programming languages: MatLab.

    Other skills - Experience in international relations to prepare and develop field campaing in France and USA. Multidisciplinary and multi-tasking experience

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Publications

    Role of the residual layer and large-scale subsidence on the development and evolution of the convective boundary layer. Submitted to Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Published in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP).

    Counter-gradient heat flux observations during the evening transition period. Accepted in ACP.

    Lifted Minimum Temperature during afternoon transition. Submitted to ACP.

    Presentations in conferences

     An investigation of the failure of flux gradient theory during the evening transition period. EGU General Conference, Vienna, Austria, 2013. Award: Young Scientist Travel Award

    Analysis of the decoupling between surface heat flux and temperature gradient during afternoon transition. EMS Annual Meeting, Reading, UK, 2013. Award: Young Scientist Travel Award

    Courses 

    Air Law. ITAerea, Castelldefels, Spain Award: Strategy Plan for Ciudad Real Airport

    Summer Course on Space Law and Policy, ESA - ECSL European Centre for Space Law, Vienna, Austria, 2013.

    Projects

    Mart XXI project. It is addressed to teenagers who despite having the capabilities present a high risk of premature abandonment of their academic life. Award: Ciencia en acción.

    Impart Seminars

    Space Law. Seminar in Aerospace science and technology master. Castelldefels, Spain, 2014.

    Awards

    CTAE award to the best performing graduate in Master of Aerospace Science and Technology (2009) President of PhD Council. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.  BarcelonaTech, Spain.

    Association

    PhD representative in the university senate. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. BarcelonaTech, Spain.

    Hobbies

    Judo (Black belt 1st DAN), swimming, scuba diving and traveling.


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