Head of Metallic Materials at TECNALIA
She holds an Undergraduate Degree in Industrial Engineering from the Higher Technical School of Engineering of San Sebastián (TECNUM), and a Doctoral Degree in Materials Science from the University of Bordeaux. She has undertaken her professional career as a researcher, focusing mainly on the transfer of technology to the industrial sector. She began her professional career with INASMET and later with TECNALIA, where she has assumed different roles (both technical and managerial in nature), namely for the Industry and Transport Division. Currently, she is the leader of the Foundry Platform and responsible for the Metallic Materials transverse KET for all of TECNALIA.
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