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I’m Juliana!

I am a climate scientist and PhD student.

As a feminist, I talk a lot about Women in STEM and diversity.


Throughout my scientific career I have participated and led research projects. Recently, I have also started leading projects related to science communication of women in STEM. Here you can find more information about the projects I have participated in.

Chemically Enhanced Gas Oil Recovery Technology in Colombia

Co-author of the project proposal for 1 million USD and inclusion of CCS in oil fields in Colombia.

Use of nanotechnology for the EOR technique of water alternated with gas

Researcher from the Young Researchers Program of the Ministry of Science of Colombia.

Adaptation strategies for sustainable ecosystem services

Ph.D. project for assessing the adaptation climate change strategies in the Czech Republic.



My research interests lie in climate change and mathematical modeling towards understanding impacts on water, energy, and food systems. You can find more by exploring my main research topics


Being a feminist and climate scientist also comes with many reflections on the intersectionality of science and social realities, that is why in my blog I share experiences as a scientist and feminist on various topics focused on climate change, water, energy and food.

Bienvenidxs a mi blog


How mentoring helped me to be a better scientist

Get to know some insight form my mentoring journey with Femme Palette.

Juliana for non-scientists.

Here I tell you a little more where I come from and why I am passionate about Climate Change.

Stay in the loop

Follow me on @ClimateWiki where I create science-based content that explains topics related to climate change and women in STEM.

Would you like to work with me?

I enjoy working and collaborating with scientists, students, and organizations that share my research interests and values. Do no hesitate to contact me if I can support your projects and ideas.