Eva Carmina Serrano Balderas is a graduate of Chemistry from the Faculty of Chemistry at UNAM (2008). In 2012, she received a M.Sc. degree in Engineering and Environmental Sciences from the University of Strasbourg (France). In 2013 she received a second M.Sc. Degree in Informatics from the University of Lyon (France). Currently she is preparing a PhD in Eco-informatics at the French Institute of Research for Development (IRD) in France.
On her PhD project she focused on data processing and statistical analysis of environmental data. In her PhD project she seeks to define the data pre-processing chain in order to obtain data of good quality and thus, to guarantee reliability in the assessment of environmental studies. The result of her advances are applied directly to the assessment of the impact of emerging pollutants in Mexican rivers.
Her scientific interest are focused on the development of tools on Information Sciences, Environmental Chemistry, Hydrobiology and Statistics for the evaluation and prediction of environmental pollution. Her interest cover Data and Information quality, Data integration, Environmental Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry and Hydrobiology.
She has been a research intern at the Institute of Geophysics at UNAM, at the School and Observatory of Earth Sciences (EOST) in Strasbourg, at the National School for Water Engineering and the Environment of Strasbourg (ENGEES) at Strasbourg, at the European Center of Research and Teaching in Geosciences and Environment (CEREGE) as well as in the French oil and gas company TOTAL.