Offshore Wind Researcher, Tecnalia
BiographyReceived the M.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering: intensification in Mechanical Design, from the University of Basque Country, in 2011. In 2016 she received another M.Sc. degree in Numerical Simulation in Engineering, from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, where she complemented her training in aspects related to Fluid-Structure Interaction, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Methods for Finite Elements analysis. Since 2011 she has been working at TECNALIA R&I, where she is currently a senior researcher on the field of offshore renewable energy. During 2018-2019, she worked at NAUTILUS Floating Solutions S.L., where she was a design engineer of a semi-submersible structure concept for floating offshore wind. She brings over ten years of experience in the design and calculation of offshore structures on the frame of marine renewable energy; As well as, on the implementation of hydrodynamic characterizations of floating devices, on the calculation of stability and naval architecture.
- Numerical modelling of floating offshore wind turbines: current approach and challenges