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Suilma M. Fernandez Valverde

SUILMA M. FERNANDEZ


Suilma M. Fernández Valverde was born in Nueva Rosita Coahuila, Mexico. She has a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Chemistry from the University of Coahuila, and was enrolled in a specialization course in Radiation Chemistry and Radiochemistry, at the California University, at Irvine. She has two PhD degrees: one in Nuclear Chemistry (1977), and the other in Physics, Specializing in Materials, (1986). Both of them are from The Louis Pasteur University, at Strasbourg, France.

Dr. Fernández-Valverde joined the Nuclear Center of México in 1973, where she is working presently. She participated in several projects related to chemical changes produced by nuclear transformations and isotopic exchanges in solids and liquids. At present, her research interests are: development of a) materials for oxygen evolution and oxygen reduction reactions, b) those which would be used as energy barriers in nuclear waste storage, and c) hydrogen production by fermentation of organic waste. The results of her research have been reported in International Journals, Reports and Memory Congress (99) and, also in congress presentations (105). She has been a Member of the Mexican Academy of Sciences since 1999, and has been distinguished as a Researcher of the Mexican National Research Systems since 1986.

She was the first president of the Mexican Hydrogen Society (1999) and Co-founder of The Mexican Association, in Strasbourg, France (1986), and also of the Mexican Nuclear Society (1988). She was also Co-founder of the PhD Degree Program in Ambient Engineering (2001), in the Toluca Technological Institute (ITT) and as a collaborator with ININ (Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Nucleares). Dr. Fernández-Valverde was the First President of the Doctoral Staff until 2004, and after that she remained as member of the Doctoral Staff until 2007. She was a teacher at the UNAM (Universidad Autonóma de México), UAEMex (Universidad autónoma del estado de México) and ITT.

Suilma M. Fernández V. has been invited as researcher several times to the Laboratory of Chemistry at Strasbourg, France, also in the Department of Advanced Nuclear Heat Technology of the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, and the Physics Department of the Orsay, Paris University.

Dr. Fernández-Valverde has been the recipient of several awards: In 1977 the Hassinsky Award at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique in Strasbourg; in May 1998 she was recognized as a Distinguished Citizen in her home town, and two years later in her State. In 2000, she also received the Antonio Alzate Medal, Award in Sciences of the Mexico State; in 2001, she received an award by the ININ at the International Women's Day. In 2006, she received the Medal of Merit for Woman in Science of the Coahuila State Congress. She was elected by The Universal newspaper as one of the 91 women, 91 voices, in 2007.

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