Lucía Serrano Luján is an assistant professor at the School of Computer Engineering.
She finished her studies of Technical Engineering in Computer Systems in 2005 at the University of Murcia, and later obtained the official Master’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science applied to Science and Engineering at the same university.
She completed her PhD at the Polytechnic University of Cartagena under the guidance of Professor Antonio Urbina Yeregui, and co-directed by Judith Cherni (Imperial College London), entitled Computing tools applied to the analysis of performance and sustainability of photovoltaic systems, thus obtaining her PhD degree in January 2014.
Lucia’s research experience has consisted in the study of the performance of photovoltaic generators, based on the analysis of data generated by them, and the impacts avoided thanks to their operation.
In her postdoctoral stage at UPCT, and later at Imperial College London, she has developed projects on the environmental impact of solar cells of last generation, and devices applied to them, applying the methodology of Life Cycle Analysis, in collaboration with the group of Professor Aram Amassian at KAUST (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), in Saudi Arabia and with the group of Professor Natalie Stingelin (IC, London).
She also has a degree in Advertising and Public Relations and in Journalism and enjoys playing sports, cinema and piano.
Key words of her research: computational learning techniques, renewable energies, photovoltaics, life cycle analysis.
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