Ana Mª Martos received her Chemistry degree in 2010 at the Autonomous University of Madrid and the master’s degree (2011) and PhD (2015) in Material Science at the Carlos III University of Madrid. In 2017 received an extraordinary award for her PhD. During 2016-2017, she worked in a quality control laboratory in a tool steel company (Rovalma). Her first postdoctoral position was in the CPT (Thermal Spray Center), and, at the same time, she was an assistant professor in the material science department at the University of Barcelona. She joined IREC in April 2023 with her second postdoctoral position focused on 3D printable electrolytes for SOFC and SOEC technologies.