Dr Eva Villaver (CSIC, Spain)

(CSIC, Spain) – an astrophysicist. She works on how the most common stars slowly fade away and how their death affects planetary systems like ours. She started her scientific career at the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC), where she defended her doctoral thesis. In 2001, she joined NASA as a postdoctoral researcher at the Hubble Space Telescope Scientific Institute to work on the hottest stars in the Magellanic Clouds. In 2004, she was hired by the Hubble European Space Agency, where she worked in the science policy department with responsibility for the director’s time and allocation committees. In 2009, she returned to Spain on a Ramón y Cajal contract, and in 2010, she received the prestigious Marie Curie IRG 2010-14 European research grant. 

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