She started her professional career in the aeronautical private sector and continued at UC3M researching materials science.
Lidia Cerezo García has a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid, a Master’s Degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M), and a Master’s Degree in International Law from UC3M.
She started her professional career in the aeronautical private sector and continued at UC3M researching materials science. She decided to apply her experience to innovation and knowledge transfer by joining the TTO (Technology Transfer Office) of UC3M in 2005. From there, she has produced reports and articles of Technological Vigilance & Competitive Intelligence, promoting business innovation in the region. In 2014, she became part of the TTO of Polytechnic University of Madrid, specialising in the study of research and knowledge transfer indicators, it is from here that Lidia currently writes research and knowledge transfer reports of Spanish Universities.
In addition, she established a start-up company (she currently part of the Board of Directors), participates in Madrid Innovation Driven Ecosystem, coordinates the working team of transfer indicators of RedOTRI Crue, and is part of the working team of transfer and innovation indicators for the Spanish Ministry.