Lucía holds a degree in History from the University of Navarra and a Master's Degree in Quaternary Archeology from the Rovira i Virgili University, Tarragona. She is currently working on her PhD at CENIEH thanks to a grant of the Junta de Castilla y León (co-financed by the European Social Fund) aimed at financing predoctoral research. Her PhD project entitled "Recognition of endokarstic morphologies and sites in the karsts of Sierra de Atapuerca and Ojo Guareña (Burgos). Planning archaeological interventions through geophysical prospecting techniques." is within the Doctoral Program in Human Evolution of the University of Burgos. This archaeologist is specialized in geophysical prospecting methods, especially ERT (Electrical Resistivity Tomography) and GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar), and its applications to the study of archeological sites located in caves. In this sense, she has worked, among others, in the Sierra de Atapuerca sites (Burgos, Spain), the Ojo Guareña sites (Burgos, Spain) and in Santa Ana Cave (Cáceres, Spain).