The Editorial Committee is appointed by the AAPC based on the agreement between that institution and Centro Redes. The following is a list of its members and the disciplines they represent.
Miguel A. Blesa
PhD in Chemistry (National University of La Plata). Investigator Emeritus at the National Atomic Energy Commission. Professor, Environmental Research and Engineering Institute, National University of San Martín. Former Senior Fellow CONICET Investigator. President, Asociación Interciencia. Honoris causa PhD, National University of San Martín. Scholar at the National Academy for Science (Córdoba, Argentina) and the Latin American Academy for Science. Editor-In-Chief for the journal Ciencia e Investigación – Reseñas, published by the Argentine Association for the Advancement of Science.
Daniel Cardinali (Medicine)
Physician and PhD in Life Sciences (Universidad del Salvador). Honoris causa PhD in Medicine at the Complutense University of Madrid and the University of Salamanca, Spain, and corresponding member of the Spanish Royal Academy for Medicine and the Academy for Medical Science of Córdoba. Senior Fellow CONICET Investigator, and Professor Emeritus at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA). He is currently the Director of the Education and Research Department at the School of Medical Science, and of the Doctorate in Biomedical Science at the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina.
Diego de Mendoza (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology)
Doctor in Biochemistry (National University of Tucumán). Professor Emeritus in the National University of Rosario (UNR). He is Senior Researcher in the National Research Council of Argentina (CONICET) and was the first director of the Molecular and Cell Biology Institute of Rosario (IBR, CONICET-UNR). He was distinguished as “Investigador de la Nación” in 2017, the highest recognition granted in science and technology by the Argentine Government. His research group has made important contributions to the basic understanding of bacterial metabolism, biotechnological processes and the development of new microbial agents.
Fabio Doctorovich (Chemistry)
PhD in Chemistry (University of Buenos Aires-UBA). Professor, Department of Analytical Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry, UBA. Senior Fellow CONICET Investigator at the National Institute of Materials, Environmental, and Energy Chemistry (INQUIMAE).
Esteban G. Jobbagy (Ecology)
Agricultural Engineer (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1993), PhD in Biology (Duke University, USA, 2002). CONICET Principal Investigator and Professor at the National University of San Luis. Founder of the Environmental Studies Group within the Applied Mathematics Institute of San Luis. Contributing author in several reports of the IPCC.
Karen Hallberg (Physics)
Bachelor and PhD in Physics (Balseiro Institute), CONICET Principal Investigator at Bariloche Atomic Center (CAB, CNEA), Associate Professor at Balseiro Institute, Director of the Department of Condensed Matter at CAB, member of the Board of Directors of the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, representative for CONICET at the Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter (ICAM), member of the National Committee for Ethics in Science and Technology (CECTE, MINCyT), Senior Associate at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, representative for Argentina at the Board of Directors of the Latin American Center for Physics (CLAF, 2009-2014), Vice-President of the Low Temperatures Commission of the International Union for Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP, 2012-2014), Guggenheim Fellow 2005, co-editor of Europhysics Letters (2013-2018), and member of the Board of Directors of Aspen Science Center (2012-2017).
Víctor Ramos (Geology)
PhD in Geology (University of Buenos Aires-UBA). Professor Emeritus (UBA). Senior Fellow CONICET Investigator. Member of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Scholar at the National Academy for Science, the National Academy for Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences of Argentina, and the Latin American Academy for Science.
Carolina Vera (Atmospheric Science)
Full Professor at the School of Exact and Natural Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and CONICET Principal Investigator at the Center for Ocean and Atmosphere Research (CIMA/CONICET-UBA) and at the French-Argentine Institute for Research of Weather and its Impact (IFAECI/CNRS-CONICET-UBA). Director of the DIVAR group (Dynamics of Atmospheric Variations on South America), which studies the causes of natural weather variations and climate change and their impact on South America. Vice-President of Group 1 of the Intergovernmental Panel of Climatic Change (IPCC).
Roberto J. J. Williams (Technology)
PhD in Chemical Science (specializing in Chemical Technology), National University of La Plata (UNLP). Full Professor, National University of Mar del Plata (UNMDP) and Senior Fellow CONICET Investigator until 2016. Specialist in polymers. Recipient of the Researcher of the Nation award, 2011. President of the National Academy for Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences (2016-2020) and member of The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS).
The technical team will be managed by Centro Redes staff and it will be responsible for all design, publishing, indexation and editorial coordination tasks. The following is a list of its members and their responsibilities.
Bachelor in Communications (Austral University) and Master in Journalism (Diario La Nación-Di Tella University). Technical Team Coordinator.
Reviewer and Translator
María Fernanda Blesa
National Sworn Translator (1997, National University of La Plata). She works in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Medicine, Biotechnology, Technology, Computer Science, Marketing, and Business Training, among others. She specializes in Chemical and Biological Sciences in general, supported by three years of university studies in Biochemistry, and in Technology and Computer Science, supported by her experience as a translator at LIDI-III (Institute for Research and Development in Computer Science), UNLP, in addition to four years in the IT Department of AT&T Latin America, Argentina.
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