Marina Montero Carrero
Marina studied electro-mechanical engineering at Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. As part of this degree, she carried out her Master Thesis at the Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, collaborating in a project with the European Space Agency. Thereafter, sponsored by the Spanish energy company Iberdrola, she carried out the MSc in Sustainable Energy Futures at Imperial College London.
Following her studies, she worked for over a year as a Researcher at the London School of Economics, coordinating a project with the City of Stockholm as well as contributing to the research of the Going Green project and the Electric City Conference. Subsequently, she worked for five months at the European Commission as part of their bluebook traineeship programme.
Currently she is doing her PhD at the VUB studying the transient behaviour and the techno-economical feasibility of flexible heat production in micro humid air turbines for combined heat and power applications within the FlexiHAT project.