Paco Chorobo, from engineer to luthier selling guitars in Nepal

Paco Chorobo (Úbeda, Jaén) quit his job as a telecommunications engineer in a multinational company to focus on his passion: being a luthier. He began in 2012, building a guitar for a friend and, since then, he has made almost fifty. He continues to be a guitar player and has also begun to give lutherie classes. Every guitar he makes is a personalized project, tailor made for the guitar player. This philosophy has allowed him to work for artists from Nepal, Iran, Switzerland and Chile.

Carlos Pérez, industrial design and scientific spreading to get to NASA

He is a biologist, but his passion for engineering encouraged him to found Procad, a product and simulation engineering company with offices in Málaga and Seville. Born in Málaga, Carlos Pérez has also developed a remarkable scientific spreading work, which was awarded by the European Union in 2017, and that allowed him to be invited by NASA to witness the final mission of the Cassini probe. He is the creator of the site.

Fran Rubí, animation and special effects to give life to the universe of Tadeo Jones

Fran Rubí loves drawing since he was little, but he never though that he could work in one of the most popular animation movies in Spain: Tadeo Jones 2. His master’s degree project allowed him to work on this big budget production for which he has been in charge of special effects such as snow, lightning or smoke. He currently has his own company and works for important Spanish companies. His dream is to open a school and offer artistic training on 3D and Design to people who can’t afford this type of studies.