Silvia Martin has a degree in Chemistry from the University of the Basque Country (2015). Her Final Degree was developed in the same university in the Department of Organic Chemistry II, where she carried out the synthesis of pyrroles and pyrrolidines characterizing all of them by means of techniques such as IR, NMR, as well as mass spectrometry. In 2016 he completed the Master's Degree in Food Safety Quality at the University of the Basque Country, where his End of Master's thesis focused on the development of a protocol for Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) in the manufacturing processes of an enological products company. At the beginning of 2018 she joined CIC energiGUNE as a laboratory technician for an industrial project in which she carried out different tasks such as electrode preparation, physicochemical characterization (SEM, RAMAN, XRD, particle size distribution...) and electrochemistry. She is currently part of the group Fabrication & Processing, proof of concept, prototyping where she carries out her work in the "Dry Room" escalating the manufacturing process of battery components and supercapacitors.