Business coordinators

 

Alejandro Parra Martín

R&D&I Project manager at TSK

 

Alejandro Parra Martín is an Industrial Engineer, specialized in Energy efficiency (Oviedo University, Spain).
 
He has over three years of profesional experience with TSK, with a high specialization in solar thermal energy.

He has been working for TSK since 2016, focusing in the thermosolar energy field, acting as RDI project manager for the the state-funded HIDRA and SOLWAYY projects, and also EOLO and SIGMA, in the area of statistics. He is also actively involved in the TSK-led development of the Ashalim (Israel) and Shagaya (Kuwait) solar thermal plants.

 
 

Héctor Burgueño Rueda

CFD engineer at Solute

 

Héctor is Energy Engineer BSc. (2015) and Industrial Mathematics MSc. (2017) from the Polytechnic University of Madrid currently studying his PhD. in numerical methods applied for combustion of sprays. He has a strong theoretical basis in physics, mathematics and numerical methods and a broad experience in physical and numerical modeling.

At the time he studied his MSc. he began to work in Solute, where he has been involved in applied physics and mathematics for software developing (Furow), wind resource assessment, wind turbine wakes modeling, wind farm arrangement optimization, vehicle aerodynamics and climatization and parameter identification among other areas of study.

 

 

 

Eduardo Jané Soler

Project Engineer at Solute

 

Eduardo Jané is a BSc. in Aerospace Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia and a MSc. in Aerospace Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. During his master studies he participated in a university project, in collaboration with the applied research organisation CIDETEC, consisting in the development of numerical models to simulate electrochemical processes in solid-state electrolyte lithium-ion batteries. Since 2017 he works as a Project Engineer at Solute, specialising in the areas of Computational Fluid Dynamics simulation for the automotive and wind energy industries, as well as the simulation of aeroelastic models and development of control systems for wind turbines.