Technological Centre

Today the protagonists are our scientists!

Today we commemorate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science under the theme “Innovate. Demonstrate. Elevate. Advance. Sustain (I.D.E.A.S.)”. This year, the aim is to highlight the role played by women in science and technology in relation to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

At CETIM we are committed to improving practices, strategies and solutions to address the challenges and opportunities of the Sustainable Development Goals. For this reason, we have 67% of scientists and researchers in our staff, compared to 33% men. And not only that, but the positions of high responsibility are also held by 73% by women in our entity.

Mar Castro, researcher at CETIM: “The increasing participation of women in the field of science, in positions of responsibility and as promoters of numerous pioneering proposals is a key pillar, not only in scientific and business development, but also social”. In addition, he added that his work at CETIM allows him to continue developing “personally and professionally”.

From left to right in front, the Managers and Directors Cristina Martínez, Lucía Vázquez and Rosalía Noguerol with their workmates Vanessa Fernández, Natalia López, Nerea Sánchez, Elena Hidalgo and Rebeca Varela (behind).

From left to right, Vanesa Regueira, Elena Domínguez, Tamara Novóa, Vanesa López and Erica Conde, researchers of the line of lignocellulosic materials.

From left to right, Cintia Pérez researcher of the line of Sustainable Building Materials, accompanied by her workmates from Polymeric Materials Ana Fernández, Sara Quintana and Rebeca Calviño.

From left to right, Cristina Antuña, Alicia Bañón and Mar Castro, researchers of Materials for Energy Storage.

From left to right, Montse Recarey, Daiane Trevisan, Alba Mallo, Noemí Alonso, Rebeca Amor and Xuefei Yang from the water area.

From left to right, Tamara Pérez, Alba Vilariño, Lucía Feijóo, Sabela Álvarez, Ana Otero, researchers in the Biorefineries area with their workmates Ruth Saiz and Laura Sánchez (below).




From left to right, Cristina Martínez, Cristina Suárez and Lara Vázquez, workmates in the Administration.

From left to right, Leticia Pacios, Mariela Álvarez and Antía Conde, workmates in National and International Project Management.