Nuria Gómez received her Chemistry degree at the University of Basque Country in 2007. Afterwards, she joined the Energy department of IK4-Ikerlan with a two years grant (Especialización y Desarrollo Tecnologico) to work in the field of metallic supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs). During this period at Ikerlan (2007-2011), her work has been focused in learning about metallic and ceramic materials (preparation of slurries, rheological studies, deposition of ceramics layers with different techniques and sintering techniques with controlled atmospheres), electrochemical characterization and materials conductivity measurements and structural characterization with SEM. Nowadays she is working at CIC energiGUNE as lab technician, assisting different research projects related to energy storage materials. Her work is focused in synthesis, electrode preparation and structural and electrochemical characterisation. She is also familiar with different characterisation techniques such as XRD, SEM, ICP and others.

Scientific interests

  • Solid state batteries
  • Ceramic and polymer electrolyte
  • Design of electrode materials for energy applications
  • Electrochemistry techniques for battery analysis

Scientific career

  • Electrochemistry: cell assembly and characterization
  • Physio- chemical characterization techniques
  • Li-ion batteries
  • High Temperature Metal-Air Batteries
  • Sintering process
  • Ceramic processing techniques
  • Solid Oxide Fuel Cells


  • Iñaki Goenaga (Ikerbasque) fellowship (especializacion y desarrollo tecnologico: “Metallic supported Solid oxide fuell cells” carried out at Ikerlan-Ik4.