Ana de Guzmán studied architecture at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and has got a Master’s Degree in Environmental Studies and Bioclimatic Architecture and a Master’s Degree in Building Techniques and Systems by the same university. She is currently the secretary of the research group “Sostenibilidad en la Construcción y en la Industria”, and she is also writing her doctoral thesis.
Her research is focused on environmental studies and sustainable building. Her papers have been publilshed by some important journals such us Construction and building Materials, The Baltic Journal of Road and Bridge Engineering and Waste Management. She has also taken part in several conferences. She is a member of the editorial board of International Journal of Mining and Reclamation and Environment, and she collaborates with the journal Informes de la Construcción as a reviewer.
She has been part of some research projects such as CLEAM: Construcción Limpia, Eficiente y Amigable con el Medio Ambiente” –funded by Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial (CDTI), Programme CENIT- and Proyecto GtoG: From Production to Recycling, a Circular Economy for the European Gypsum Industry with the Demolition and Recycling Industry, funded by the European programme Life+ (LIFE11 ENV/BE/001039 – GTOG).