Daniel F. Llana is a bachelor of Agronomy Engineering, M.Sc. Eng. and Ph.D. since 2016. His expertise is in Non-destructive testing (NDT) for grading timber and evaluation of existing structures, reuse and recycling of recovered wood, and standardization. He was a postdoctoral researcher for three years at the Timber Engineering Research Group of the National University of Ireland Galway on Engineered Wood Products, and recycling timber from demolition and hardwood forests. He is currently a Marie Curie postdoctoral researcher at the Timber Construction Research Group of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, whit European project RECOWERS (https://recowers.wordpress.com/) focuses on grading recovered timber standardization. He is a member of several European standardization committees.
School of Forest Engineering and Natural Resources, Timber Construction Research Group