Patrice Camati has a PhD in Physics from the Federal University of ABC (UFABC) in Brazil. Currently, he holds a Templeton Independent Researcher Fellowship (TIRF) and works as a postodc at Institut Néel - CNRS (Grenoble, France). He works on the field of Quantum Thermodynamics.
Eva got her Ph.D in microbiology from Humboldt University of Berlin. Now she works for Abcam, a supplier of protein research tools to life scientists, in Cambridge (UK).
Oskar González-Mendia got his PhD from the University of the Basque Country. Since 2015 he works as a Chemistry lecturer at the faculties of Science and Technology and Fine Arts of that University. From 2013 to 2015, he enjoyed a Post-Doctoral research grant from the Basque Country Government at Leiden University.
Estibaliz Urarte obtained her PhD on Plant Physiology from the Public University of Navarre. Since 2014 she operates a science divulgation platform, “El Jardín de Mendel”. Currently, she is in charge of the Science section in a local cultural magazine and continues performing tasks related to the dissemination of science.
Rita Carlos is a Post Doc fellow at the Instituto Gulbenkian Ciência in Portugal. Her main interest is to understand how DNA repair mechanism impact on different diseases. Rita did her PhD at the University of Oxford and this focused on the role of DNA damage responses in maintaining genomic stability and preventing tumorigenesis. Currently she is exploring the impact of the DNA damage response on the pathogenesis of immune-mediated inflammatory diseases.
I am a staff scientist at the Institute of Heritage Sciences (Incipit), Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), where I lead a co-research line in software engineering and cultural heritage. The ultimate goal of my work is to develop the necessary theories, methodologies and technologies to help ascribe meaning to the information that is managed in the cultural heritage realm. Previously I have worked at a number of public and private organisations in Spain and Australia, both in industry and academia, and in the fields of conceptual modelling, metamodelling and situational method engineering. I am an elected member of the steering committee of the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) Association, and I have authored or co-authored over 100 publications.
Aroa Pache holds an International PhD by the University of the Basque Country (June, 2014). Her PhD research project, part of it done at the University of Melbourne (Australia), was related to the synthesis, chemical characterization and structural studies of new hybrid systems based on Keggin type polyoxometalates (POM) and copper complexes with N,O- chelating ligands. She would like to expand her professional horizons by seeking new challenges and objectives.
Carlos Rueda Díez is a postdoctoral research scientist at Columbia University. His research interests are neurobiology and bioenergetics.
Manuel San Martín holds a M.Sc. in microbiology.