Claudia Millán-Caravaca

Marine Scientist / Researcher / Laboratory Technician


Researcher passionate about marine sciences and the environment. Highly motivated and resourceful marine scientist with proficient in both oral and written communications . In-depth understanding of different biological, geological, physical and chemical processes taken place in the ocean and seas of our planet. Established records in effective organisation and coordination of environmental projects, as well as daily routine tasks as a laboratory technician.

Work experience

Work experience
Sep 2014 - Dec 2015

Aupair in Ballymahon, Co. Longford, Ireland

Crowe Family

Improving my English during eighteen months thanks to daily coexistence with a family.

Mar 2014 - Jun 2014

Technician in Marine Cultures in a Turbot Farm, Camariñas, La Coruña, Spain

Stolt Sea Farm S.A.

- Manager of the study and analysis of a fodder for fries of turbot with high protein index.

- In charge of daily analysis of samples from the tanks that were part of the experiment.

     a) Measuring Ammonium with a Color Scale Test.

     b) Measuring Carbon dioxide using its sensor.

     c) Measuring Dissolved Oxygen by the Sensor Method.

     d) Measuring pH with a pH meter.

Feb 2014 - Mar 2014

Technician in Marine Cultures in a Trout Farm, Carballo, La Coruña, Spain

Isidro de la Cal S.L.

- Manager of the culture of fries of brown trout (control of environmental parameters, supply and daily cleanliness of the tanks).

- Responsible for new puttings , monitoring of the eggs, cheking the stage of viables eggs and removing those with deformities.

Jun 2013 - Aug 2013

Laboratory Technician in Marine Cultures Department at Vigo Research Station, Spain

Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO)

- Manager of the larval culture of black spot sea bream.

- Control of environmental parameters (ammonium, gas concentration, nitrites, pH and temperature).

- Determination of the growth in height, observation of the morphologic changes of the larvas and determination of the growth in weight too.

- Control of the supply with alive dam, weaning and expense of the auxiliary cultures (fito and zooplankton)

- Culture of fries of turbot (follow-up of his growth and gonadal development)


Sep 2012 - Jul 2014

Official Masters Degree in Aquaculture

University of Santiago de Compostela

This Masters is a postgraduate course for those students with an Environmental Sciences degree (Marine Biology, Marine Sciences, Veterinary, etc.) who want to specialise their careers in Aquaculture.

Oct 2007 - Jul 2012

Licentiate Degree in Marine Sciences

University of Cádiz

It is a multidisciplinary 5 years degree focused on the relationships between many different sciences (biology, chemistry, geology, maritime law, physics, zoology, etc.) and the ocean.



Strong IT skills

Use of databases, presentations, text processer and spreadsheets.

Organisation skills

Ability to multitask, working well under pressure and meeting deadlines.

Communication skills

Fluent both in English and Spanish.

Team worker

Ability to work as part of a team and also on my own initiative.

Problem Solver

Dealing with troubles with a proactive approach.


Mar 2015 - Jun 2015

First Certificate in English (FCE)

University of Cambridge

Qualification which proves your upper intermediate level of English language (B2).


Ms Linda Appelbe

General Manager at Wines Direct

Address: 49 Lough Sheever Corporate Park, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, Ireland

Email: [email protected]

Dr. Rosa María Cal-Rodríguez

Permanent Researcher OPIs at Vigo Research Station, Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO)

Address: 50 Road to Radio Faro, Vigo, Spain

Email: [email protected]

Dr. Juan Miguel Mancera-Romero

Organiser of Masters in Aquaculture and Fisheries by University of Cádiz

Address: Andalucian Centre of Marine Studies (CASEM), Río San Pedro Corporate Park, Puerto Real, Cádiz, Spain

Email: [email protected]