Silvia Gómez Coca obtained her bachelor’s degree in Chemistry (2007) from University of Alicante, and the Master’s degree (2010) and the PhD (2013) in Chemistry at the Inorganic Chemistry Department of the Universitat de Barcelona, under the supervision of Prof. Eliseo Ruiz. Since the PhD she has always combined computational and experimental chemistry. After her PhD, she spent more than three years abroad as a postdoctoral researcher: 16 months (2015-2016) in the group of Prof. Kim Dunbar at Texas A&M University (USA), and 26 months (2016-2018) in the group of Dr. Edina Rosta at King’s College London (UK). She performed a couple of months postdoctoral research stay at King’s College London (UK) in the group of Dr. Ismael Diez-Perez (2018). At the end of 2018 she returned to the University of Barcelona with a Beatriu de Pinós postdoctoral fellowship (2018-2021) and she is now Lecturer at the Inorganic and Prganic Department. Her main research interests include the fields of molecular magnetism, supramolecular chemistry, molecular electronics and biocatalysis, and she uses inorganic, coordination and computational chemistry as tools to unanswered questions in these fields.