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Celeste Campo Vázquez

Professor Celeste Campo Vázquez

Celeste Campo is a Telecommunications Engineer from the University of Vigo in 1998 and a PhD from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in 2004. In 1998 she obtained a scholarship from the Research Service of the University of Vigo. In 1999 and until early 2000, she worked for Telefónica I + D in Madrid. That same year, she joined the Department of Telematics Engineering at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid as Contracted Research Personnel. Since 2002 she has held different professorships until obtaining the position of Professor in 2007, after obtaining the National Qualification that same year.

She is the co-author of more than twenty articles in journals indexed in the JCR. She is the co-author of more than 50 contributions to national and international conferences. She has participated in several European, national and regional research projects. She has also collaborated in several contracts with companies, highlighting the agreement with Telefónica I + D, of which she was the main researcher, whose most relevant result was the prototype of the m-DNI.

In these years she has held various university management positions, including being Secretary of the Department of Telematics Engineering (2007-09), Deputy Director of Laboratories of the Department of Telematics Engineering (2012-2015), Director of the Degree in Telematics Engineering and the Degree in Audiovisual Systems Engineering (2015-2017) and Director of the UC3M Open Degree in Engineering and Assistant Director of Student Orientation (2017-2019). She currently holds the position of Deputy Vice Rector for Promotion within the Vice Rector's Office for Students and Equality. 

In recent years she has collaborated in various initiatives that aim to increase the participation of women in STEM studies, highlighting being the coordinator of STEM4GilrsUC3M activities that have received funding from the FECYT, the IMIO and the Social Council of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.