Carlos Sanz graduated as an Industrial Engineer from the University of Zaragoza. He also has a Master’s Degree in Integrated Management Systems. He is currently studying a Master's Degree in Bioenergy Engineering and Energy Sustainability at the University of Valladolid. He obtained the I Acerinox Award in January 2017 for his final career project developed in the Innovation Department of B/S/H Spain. His research activity has focused mainly on the field of corrosion in steels and other alloys, being formed in international R+D centers. Since July 2017 he is a predoctoral researcher at the Thermal Conversion Processes Unit. His thesis deals with high temperature corrosion and the processes associated with the thermal use of biomass, such as the slag formation and sintering.