MESA+ University of Twente
Inorganic Materials Science Group

Curriculum Vitae

Name: Pablo

Surnames: González Rodríguez

Born: 4th August 1989

Place of Birth : Valencia

Nationality: Spanish



» 2012 – Present PhD student at the Inorganic Materials Science group at the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands on the subject “Novel Graphite-free lubricant for hot and warm forging of steel”

» 2011 – 2012 MSc in Science and Engineering of Ceramic Materials. ENSCI Limoges (FRANCE) (National Engineering School of Industrial Ceramics)

Topic: Alumina plasma coating on Invar® and its behavior under severe testing conditions

» 2007 – 2012 Double international diploma. BSc in Chemistry. University of Valencia (SPAIN) and Chemical of materials engineering. ECPM Strasbourg (FRANCE) (European Engineering School in Chemistry, Polymers and Materials)

» 2007 High School Diploma with distinction, specialized in Sciences. Gran Asociacion High School, Valencia (SPAIN).

Professional experience

» July – September 2011. Internship in Rio Tinto – Alcan mining group. Saint Jean de Maurienne (FRANCE).

Topic: Characterization and improving of anode cover materials in industrial electrolytic pots for aluminum production.

» November 2010. Internship at IPCMS Strasbourg (FRANCE) (Institute of Physics and Chemistry of Materials of Strasbourg).

Topic: Study of grinding conditions of the magneto-electric ceramic GaFeO3.

Skills and interests

» 2006 – 2010 Tutoring undergraduate students in Sciences and Humanities.

» Summer 2010 Cathedral Camps. Helping to restore Southwell Minster. Southwell. (UNITED KINGDOM) four one week.

» Summer 2005 Stay and English courses in Balbriggan – Dublin (IRELAND) for one month


French : Bilingual

Spanish : Native

English : Fluent English (TOEIC 885)

Portuguese : Working knowledge

Italian: Conversational level

Dutch: Beginner


Molecular modelisation software : CaRine, Crystal Maker, ChemSketch, Gambit, Polyflow.

Data processing : Mathematica, Excel

Average computer literacy level


Travel and culture. Nature and environmental protection. Spreading of sciences.