Carolina received her undergraduate degree in Physics with a minor in Philosophy from the Universidad de Los Andes (Colombia) in 2018. There, she worked in the Nanomaterials lab, focusing on the study of carbon nanostructures. She then received a grant to study for one year at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), where she worked in the nano-optoelectronics group at the Walter Schottky Institute for her bachelor’s thesis. She’s now a Nanoscience master’s student in a joint program between the KU Leuven and the University of Barcelona. Currently, she is working on thermoelectric materials at IREC for her master’s thesis and, continuously, her Ph.D.