Mariano Sanz Badía will give this conference next Tuesday, November 20, in ‘Los Martes del Paraninfo: Appointments with professors Emeritus’

The University of Zaragoza has organized the IV edition of “Los Martes del Paraninfo”. An initiative in which, through an extensive program of conferences given by professors emeritus of the University, topics of interest in various fields of science and knowledge will be addressed. The cycle, with a total of 19 conferences, and in collaboration with APEUZ, will take place from November 6 to April 9, every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Aula Magna of the Paraninfo Building.

The speakers, after completing their legal active period, have been elected ‘emeritus’ by the University, because of their curriculum and prestige, and continue to develop research and teaching work. They have a remarkable scientific projection and add a long academic life their extensive experience in higher education.

To continue its work of disseminating knowledge in all areas of science and knowledge, the University of Zaragoza organizes this series of conferences, which address current issues related to history, art, letters, geography, politics, society, medicine , health and technology, exposed by these renowned experts.

The details of the conference are summarized below:

  • Date: Tuesday, November 20.
  • Time: 7:30 p.m.
  • Place: Aula Magna of the Paraninfo Building.
  • Title: The energy transition.
  • Speaker: Mariano Sanz Badía.

Access will be by invitation, and can be picked up for free at the building’s concierge on the same day of each session from 6 pm.

About Mariano Sanz Badía

Emeritus Professor of Electrical Engineering, he was the creator of the Electrical Division of CIRCE, and current Director of Innovation in Resource Integration. Pioneer in Spain in the teaching and Industrial Applications of Power Electronics with Silicon techniques. Pioneer worldwide (in collaboration with the industries with which various patents are carried out), of developments in Static Drives for elevators, Induction heating for cold-surface kitchens, Inductive charging of batteries of electric vehicles at rest and in motion , o Power and speed control for wind generators.