Montserrat Serrano-Medrano is currently a Researcher at the Institute of Ecosystem and Sustainability Research (IIES for its acronym in Spanish) at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She obtained a master’s degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of California at Davis and a Ph.D. degree in Energy and Environmental Engineering from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Her current research interests are focused on the spatial and temporal modeling of energy -with an emphasis in bioenergy- demand in the residential energy sector of developing countries and its environmental and socio-economic implications.
Co-chair of two ongoing Ph.D. Thesis. Chair of 1 master´s and 2 undergraduate theses.
Participated in committees of 10+ theses, including a Ph.D. in Environmental Geography and a Ph.D. in Sustainability Science.
Grants and consultancy
Energy and Climate Change. CONACYT Research Grant (2022-2024)
Housing. CONACYT Research Grant (2022-2024).
Rural Energy Systems. PAPIIT-UNAM (2020-2021)
Member of the Mexican CONACYT National Research System Level 1 (2023-2027)