Ulises Flores Hernández
Nowadays conducting his doctoral studies at the Albert-Ludwigs Universität Freiburg Germany, Ulises Flores Hernandez focuses in resources management and environmental sciences as research lines, combining specifically analyses in bioenergy supply chains and sustainable forest biomass utilization. Numerical modeling and statistical methods for simulating scenario analysis, together with the analysis of cash flow for evaluating the economic potential of alternatives are methodologies and tools which the doctorate work with.
Ulises Flores has a degree in Master in Environmental Sciences and a degree in Master in Resource Management by the Universidad Autonoma de San Luis Potosi and the Fachhochschule Köln. Having studied Industrial and Systems Engineer at the Tecnológico de Monterrey, the conjunction of engineer methodologies with ecological tools for natural resources management has contributed to the academic development of the student.
Talking about his work experience, Ulises has worked as consultant, where he carried out international improvement projects for efficient resources utilization, achieving tangible profitability. His international experience is remarkable, studying and working abroad in countries such as The United States, El Salvador, South Korea, Italy, France and Germany.
Since 2012, Ulises Flores has been president of the NGO “Participación Comunitaria para el Ambiente” where local development projects are developed from different disciplines. In 2012, he won the “Young Award” given by SEMARNAT in the category of environmental protection. Also, in 2012 he received the national award “Break with Climate Change 2012” for the sustainable urban mobility project in San Luis Potosi “Vida Sobre Ruedas”. Ulises has earned the support from CONACYT and DAAD as scholarship holder.
So far, Ulises Flores has presented his project at international conferences in countries such as Mexico, Germany, Austria, Poland and South Africa where several approaches of his research project have been discussed.