Clara Rojas García finished her Physics degree at the University of Granada in 2016. This year, she defended her end-of-degree thesis in the field of electronics, on tunnel effect transistors that are able to work at very low energies and in which quantum effects are the basis of operation. In 2018, she began his master´s studies at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) in Sustainable Energy Engineering. She completed his master´s thesis on the calculation of residual heat and gamma and neutron source terms in BWR fuel assemblies, with the aim of characterizing the spent fuel and studying its composition under different operating conditions. She is currently working on her doctoral thesis at the University of Mondragon in collaboration with CIC energiGUNE, where she will work closely with the Battery Post-Mortem Analysis and Ageing group and Modelling and Computational Simulation group. His doctoral thesis is focused on the modeling of storage systems with physics-based models.

Scientific interests

  • Physicochemical characterization techniques
  • Computational techniques for system characterization
  • Simulation of storage systems
  • Material Study
  • Electrochemical Analysis

Scientific career

  • Transistors study
  • Material Characterization by computational techniques
  • Deterministic and Montecarlo methods for radiation transport

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