Felipe Campos Carriedo is an Industrial Design & Product Development Engineer by the Polytechnic University of Madrid (2017, he is also currently expanding this title to the Double Bachelor’s Degree on Mechanical Engineering & Industrial Design), besides possessing a Master’s Degree on Environmental Engineering by the same institution (2019). His most relevant works are focused on sustainability issues, being both final thesis “Comparative Life Cycle Analysis of automobiles by their propulsion type: environmental viability of the national park of tourisms study” (2017) and “Design and partial implementation of an integral urban solid waste management system for the Bellavista district (Bajos de Haina, Dominican Republic)” (2019) the ones standing out.
For the development of the later mentioned paper, he enjoyed a 3 months stay in Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic) under the tutoring of the Arcoiris NGO, an organization that carries out diverse urbanistic and environmental consulting tasks in the town of Bajos de Haina. He also completed a 6 months internship at the Environmental Development Department of Repsol’s Sustainability Division, position from where he could participate in the management of corporate projects related to natural capital, climate change, circular economy or hydric risks. He joins the System Analysis Unit of IMDEA Energy in April 2021, under the category of researcher in training.