Carlos Gordo Monsó
M.Sc. Civil Engineer. Technical University of Madrid, 2003. Ingénieur des Ponts et Chaussées, Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Paris, 2004. M.Sc. in Earthquake Engineering, Stanford University, California, 2013. Associate Professor of Descriptive Geometry, Geotechnical Eng. Dept., at the Technical School of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Madrid. Member of the Eurocode EN-1998 Earthquake Resistant Structures Spanish mirror group. Member of the European Eurocode EN-1998 working groups, WG5 Concrete, y WG6 Bridges. Rodrigo Baeza prize to the best M.Sc. Thesis 2003 awarded by the Spanish Council of Civil Engineers (MEng). Specialist in seismic and earthquake engineering. He has developed a number of projects of public works (Bridges, port wharfs, underground metro stations) and buildings in seismic hazardous areas (among others Mexico, Turkey, Guatemala, Ecuador, Jordan). Specialist in seismic isolating and dissipating devices, and in soil-structure interaction.