Starting May 2021, Dr. Pamela Guevara is a Principal Researcher at the Advanced Center for Electrical and Electronic Engineering (AC3E), in charge of the Biomedical Systems research line.
Regarding the achievement, the professor commented: “It is an honour to be part of a group of prominent researchers that contribute to excellence research in different areas, and who form a very pleasant group of people. It is a great challenge to continue generating quality research, lead our research lines and empowering ourselves of this new position in benefit of the Center, creating initiatives to improve the synergy and productivity”.
Along with professor Guevara, Dr. Margarita Norambuena also joins the Group of Principal Investigators at AC3E, in charge of the Electrical Systems research line. This is the first time that the AC3E has two female principal investigators, which represents a very important milestone that highlights the ever-growing leading role of women in science and engineering. On this, the director of the center, Dr. Matías Zañartu, stated: “Our new female principal investigators will be an important reference, from their leadership positions in a research center such as the AC3E, and a role model for all female students. They will have a leading role in helping us to break the paradigm that electrical and electronic engineering is just for men”.
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