Postdoctoral Reseacher: Electron Spin Resonance
Davinia Moreno holds a degree in Geology (Univ. Zaragoza), a master's degree in Quaternary and Prehistory (Univ. Rovira i Virgili) and a doctorate in Geochronology (Muséum Nationale d’Histoire Naturelle, MNHN, Paris). She has worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the MNHN and as a doctoral assistant professor at the University of Tübingen (Germany) giving lectures on "Quaternary Dating Methods". Since 2014, she is a researcher in Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) dating at CENIEH (Burgos) where she works on the development and application of this dating method in various areas such as the Sierra de Atapuerca sites being a member of the Atapuerca Research Team (EIA) since 2007 or the Olduvai Gorge sites (Tanzania). She also works on the geomorphological evolution of the Tagus, Ebro, Duero and Guadiana river valleys and the archaeological sites they contain. In addition, she’s an active scientific disseminator and participates in various programs such as STEMTalentGirl, Science Week or Researcers’ Night. She also gives lectures, coordinates her own scientific blog and organizes the summer course “Introduction to Geochronology”.