Beatriz Martin Bautista-Cerro is a Ph.D. candidate at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), in the Technological Innovation in Building program, she has a degree in Environmental Sciences from the Universidad de Alcalá, UAH (Spain), and a Master in Investigación en Ciencias Sociosanitarias by the UAH also. She has graduated from the master focused on environmental and public health, in particular, she developed her thesis in the field of biostatistics applied to epidemiological research. She also received instruction in sustainable transitions through the course in Sustainability and Global Change taught by the UAH and the course in Lean Management on continuous process improvement by the Università degli Studi di Torino, UNITO (Italy). She is currently working for the research group Sustainability in Construction and Industry, giSCI-UPM. At the same time, she has obtained a scholarship to work at EELISA European University, specifically, she is part of the Circular EELISA Community.
In her background she has collaborated as student in the UNITO, in the research Hidden paleosols on a higth-elevation Alpine plateau (NW Italy): Evidence fr Lateglacial Nunatak? She is also involved in volunteer work with children in situations of social exclusion at the Asociación Club los Amigos, Madrid, Spain and in the Fundación Romeo, Madrid, Spain.
Faculty of ETSEM, Ph.D. Student