Francisca Guzmán Lastra
Graduate from Science, mention in Physics and Fluid Dynamics doctor from the University of Chile (2012).
Francisca completed postdoctoral studies in Theoretical Physics, Soft Matter at the Heinrich-Heine Düsseldorf University, Germany. She worked as a professor at the Physics Department of the universities of Chile and Santiago and as visiting researcher at the École Supérieure de Physique et
Chimie Industrielles (ESPCI, France), where she performed a bacterial suspensions study. She was director of the Data Science career of the Interdisciplinary Studies Faculty of Universidad Mayor. Francisca Guzmán has eight publications and 101 quotes of her work since 2016 (Google Scholar). She has participated in more than a dozen seminars and international conferences. In 2018, Francisca was honored by the American Physical Society with the APS International Research Travel Award Program (EE.UU.) and, in 2019, with a research residency in Germany by the German Service of Academic Exchange (DAAD).
She is currently professor at the Physics Department, Faculty of Sciences, of the University of Chile, and principal researcher of the Millennium Nucleus Physics of Active Matter.