Adrián Amor Martin was born in Móstoles, Madrid, in 1989 and received the degree in Telecommunications Engineering in 2012 with an average grade of 8.8 out of 10, and the Multimedia and Communications Masters in 2014. He received the International Baccaulareate with a grade of 37 out of 45.
He is enrolled from 2012 in GREMA with a competitive scholarship, where he has participated in several research projects and in different courses as a teacher with an advanced level of English (99/120 in a TOEFL certificate). He has been a visiting scholar at the Ohio State University, hosted by prof. Jin-Fa Lee twice (during 2016 and 2017) and at the University of Macau (with Ken Tam, in 2015). All these stays have been funded through competitive calls.
Nowadays, he is currently pursuing the Ph.D. degree in Communications. His research interests are focused on the application of numerical methods to high-performance computational electromagnetics including finite elements, domain decomposition methods, and hp adaptivity.