Dr. Lucia Serrano-Lujan
URJC, Madrid, Spain
Lucia Serrano-Luján, was born in Murcia, Spain in 1982. She works as Assistant Professor in Computer Science Faculty in the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. She studied Computer Science in the University of Murcia, where she got her degree in Master of Mathematics and Computing applied to Science and Engineering. She obtained her PhD at the Polytechnic University of Cartagena on Sustainable Energies with the Prof Antonio Urbina group. The research experience deals with the analysis and study of photovoltaic generators, applying datamining techniques. Their environmental impacts were also assessed by the application of the Life Cycle Assessment methodology.
During its postdoc at Imperial College London, she developed studies dealing with the application of LCA to energy-related materials and third generation solar cells with Prof Natalie Stingelin. She enjoyed several stays at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, where she collaborated with Prof Aram Amasian group.
In 2019, she obtained the National Price of the Cuban Science Academy, as member of the prizewinning group, which developed a project to develop energy-isolated areas in Cuban communities. She has several journal articles published and has participated in National and International Conferences.