Hernán Mínguez is a vocational scientist. He works at the Institute of Materials Science of Seville, and in 2017 awarded the prize given by the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry and the BBVA Foundation in the Physics, Innovation and Technology Category. His work on photonic materials has allowed Hernán to patent twenty inventions at an international level.
Eulalia Petit was the first Spanish woman to obtain a cum laude diploma from The Hague Academy of International Law. She was born in Seville and since she was a little girl she did justice to her name, which means ‘who speaks well’, and she loved to talk well and much. She decided to study Law with the intention of becoming a diplomat in the future; however, she finally became an International Law Professor at the University of Sevillle, although she also teaches classes worldwide. In addition, Eulalia has a passion for bread and science. But, despite all this, the goal of this remarkable woman is being remembered as someone happy.
In the Philology Department of the University of Seville, the voice of female writers is heard loud and clear thanks to the work of professor Mercedes Arriaga. Mercedes is a professor of Italian Philology and a restless defender of the dissemination of gender studies. She holds the fifth position in the H-Index Scholar International Science Ranking, which measures the professional quality of researchers basing on their studies.
Reyes Tirado is a scientist of the Greenpeace Research Lab of the University of Exeter, in the United Kingdom. She works from Seville and at least once a month she travels to a different destination to carry out field work. She has developed research projects in countries such as India, Thailand, The Philippines, Brazil, Mexico, Cuba, Tanzania and Kenya. In Seville, she promotes the association ‘Seville Network for Climate‘, which aims to transform the city into a more sustainable place.