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Team of Professionals

The Institut Cerdà has a team of highly qualified professionals from a range of disciplines including: civil engineers, industrial engineers, telecommunications engineers, architects, physicists, chemists, biologists, geographers and environmental scientists.

Cristina Araúz Lombardía
Technology Watch Director

Julián Arenas Ylla
Innovation and Transport / Logistics Director

Jordi Ayala Mestre

Carles Cabrera Massanés
General Director

Yolanda Cerdá Pifarré
Retail & Consumer Manager

Marc Cusí Pons
IT systems

Magda Forga Granados
Finance and Internal Services

Tania Garreta Herrera

Miguel Hernández Moreno
Sustainability Director

Carmen Hita Martínez

Lluís Inglada Renau
Territory and Public Sector Director

Javier Martínez Gómez
Assessor Social Innovation Area

Lorena Mondaca Guajardo
Analyst SeCRO

David Monrós Marín
Finance and Internal Services Director

Joan Lluís Quer Cumsille
General Manager in Chile, and SeCRO director

Silvia Rodrigo Garrido
General direction's secretary

Núria Santos Pérez
Project Manager

Tania Da Silva

Elisabet Viladomiu Marnet
Risk, Crisis and Resilience Director

Mª José Viladomiu Marnet
Institutional Relations and Communication

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