Enrique Díez Alonso
Calle de la Independencia, 13, 33004 Oviedo, Asturias
Birth Place, Country:
Graduated in Physics, currently PhD student
Graduated in physics in Universidad Complutense de Madrid, currently PhD student. Member of MOMA (Grupo de Modelización Matemática Aplicada de la Universidad de Oviedo) and the CARMENES consortium (https://carmenes.caha.es/).
Current research/ job focus:
Red dwarf stars, exoplanets and asteroid mining.
Area of expertise:
Red dwarf stars & detection and characterization of exoplanets.
Area of interests:
Almost everything Astrophysics – related.
Role in SOLARNET/PRE-EST:
Researcher in the MOMA group from the University of Oviedo
What do you like to do when not doing science?
Outreach activities, sports, reading, music
What motivated you to choose your field of study/ your professional field?
I’ve been interested in Astronomy since I was I child