Gadea Cabanillas de la Torre. BA in History, specialized on Prehistory and Archaeology, and Master in Prehistory and Archaeology, from the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM). She’s studied in France as an ERASMUS student and as a researcher for her PhD dissertation, tutored by both the Autonomous University of Madrid and the Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University . She belongs to the Unité Mixte de Recherche 8546 CNRS/ENS of the later.
She holds a predoctoral contract inside a Training Scheme for research personnel of the UAM, for her PhD thesis, “Identities and functions of Celtic art. The stamped decoration on pottery of the Atlantic seaboard and Celtic Europe”, directed by L. Berrocal (UAM) y Th. Lejars (ENS Paris). She has written several articles about Protohistory of the Iberian Peninsula and the Gaul. She’s currently a researcher of the archaeological project of Castillejo de Chilla (Candeleda, Avila), as a direction assistant under the supervision of L. Berrocal (UAM), and the “Mobiliers de l’âge du Fer dans l’Ouest” (dir. Y. Menez, Ministère de la Culture). She’s collaborator of the IMBEAC since 2012, as a trainee researcher.
More information: http://uam.academia.edu/GadeaCCabanillasdelaTorre
Susana de Luis Mariño. BA in History from the Complutense University of Madrid, specialised in Prehistory, and Master in Archaeology and Heritage from the Autonomous University of Madrid. She studied as an Erasmus student at the Archaeology College of the Michel de Montaigne University (Burdeau, France). She’s taken part in several archaeological interventions in Spain and France. She’s member of the ‘Monte Bernorio in its Environment’ team since 2007, and currently Medium Technician of fieldwork and lab work. Her research is focused on the Archaeology of Iron Age Religion. She’s a founding member of the IMBEAC and its current secretary and treasurer.
More information: http://ucm.academia.edu/SusanadeLuisMariño
Alicia Hernández Tórtoles has a BA in Archaeology by the Complutense University of Madrid (graduated in 2016). Her BA dissertation was focused on the technology and tradition related to ceramics on the North of the Iberian Peninsula during Iron Age. She works on her research at the Prehistory Lab of the Geography and History Faculty.She has participated in several research conferences related to her line of study, as well as courses, by heritage institutions in Spain (Museu d’Arqueología de Catalunya-Empúries, Museo de Segovia, etc.) and internationally (Russian Geographical Society, Transylvanian Archaeological Heritage, Università degli Studi di Urbino “Carlo Bo”).She is currently working on underwater archaeology and underwater diving with the Spanish Federation of Underwater Activities (FEDAS-CMAS) and the PADI association y(Advanced Open Water Diver, specialised in Enriched Air Diver).
She collaborates with the IMBEAC as a researcher since 2012, both on fieldwork and laboratory work, focusing on archaeological photography. Since 2017 she works as the community manager of the IMBEAC.
Coloma Díaz Díaz-Rubín Graduated in Archaeology by the Complutense University of Madrid. She has worked on different archaeological projects to complement her studies, on excavations of different chronologies, such as Numancia (Garray, Soria, Spain), Villa romana di Cottanello (Collesecco, Cottanello, Rieti, Italy) or Can Blai (Ses Clotades, Formentera, Balearic Islands, Spain) y Santa Catalina (Fuenllana, Ciudad Real, Spain). She has trained in different archaeological labs on the processing and study of archaeological materials, working for the projects of “Jamila Environment” (Villanueva de los Infantes, Ciudad Real, Spain), “Monte Bernorio and its Environmet” (Pomar de Valdivia, Palencia, Spain), “Huerta Varona” (Aguilar de Campoo, Palencia, Spain) and “Castro of El Cerrito” (Cella, Teruel, Spain).
Es investigadora en formación del IMBEAC desde 2016.
Carlos Moral García graduated in History, specialised in Anthropology of America, and earned an MA in Science of Religions from the Complutense University of Madrid. He is specialised in pre-estatal societies, political anthropology and study of the religions, specially the Celtic Culture and the Inuit Culture. He is co-founder and member of the cultural society “History and Culture of the Sea” (HyCmar) and collaborates in its editorial and research projects. He has worked as an intern at the History of America II Department at Complutense University of Madrid during the academic year 2014-2015. Since 2017 he has a pre-doctoral scholarship from the Oriol-Urquijo Foundation. He has worked on numerous conferences related to his lines of study, as a lecturer, organiser and as part of the scientific committee.
He is a researcher at the IMBEAC since 2015.