Leeds, United Kingdom
University of Leeds
As a passionate advocate for natural sciences with a profound interest in the realms of chemistry, physics, and mathematics, I have been resolutely committed to forging a career path in the domain of civil engineering and construction management. My journey commenced with undergraduate studies in civil engineering, followed by the pursuit of a master's degree specializing in hydrodynamics and coastal engineering. These formative academic experiences have played an instrumental role in shaping my professional trajectory. Simultaneously, my extensive professional experience has underscored the imperative to address the ecological footprint generated by such ambitious projects, particularly in the production and utilization of construction materials. My understanding of this critical concern is further accentuated by my familiarity with the Mexican norm governing environmental protection in the manufacture of hydraulic cement, which establishes permissible emissions levels, underscoring the paramount importance of responsible resource management. My unwavering commitment is to champion sustainable development—a delicate equilibrium that harmonizes progress and environmental preservation. My experiences have instilled in me a profound sense of responsibility to bridge the gap between industrial advancement and ecological stewardship. Thus, I felt compelled to embark on a new chapter in my academic and professional journey—a pursuit that led me to enroll in a Ph.D. program at the University of Leeds, specializing in composite materials, circular economy principles, material efficiency, waste treatment, and reuse.