Pablo Salcedo holds a BSc in Chemistry from the University Complutense of Madrid (UCM) in 2014. His Final Project, entitled “Synthesis using “Green Chemistry” methods of new electrodes for lithium rechargeable batteries”, was carried out in the Inorganic Chemistry I department at UCM.
In 2015 he got a MSc in Chemical Science and Technology at UCM, associated with the Master Thesis entitled “Synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials as electrodes in rechargeable batteries”
From May 2015 to June 2016, he has worked within the scientific project “Materials for the energy: electrical, magnetic and superconductors. S2013/MIT-2753 (MATERYENER3-CM)” in the Solid State group of the Inorganic Chemistry I Department of UCM.
In July 2016, he joined the Advanced Porous Materials unit of IMDEA Energy as researcher in training.
Since April 2017 he is predoctoral researcher in the same Unit.