Gracinda Ferreira

After having discovered her love for Physics in Highschool, Gracinda followed to pursue an Architecture Degree which she completed in 2016 at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto, Portugal. There she came in contact with the traditional techniques for building with earth, which led her to idealize and patent a 3D printer for building habitable modules on Mars. In 2013 Gracinda returned to the University of Aveiro to rekindle her love for Physics with an Engineering Integrated Master. In 2017 Gracinda completed a Technical Mechatronics course at ATEC Porto, and is now an Engineering Technician at Cranfield University, one of the most pretigious english universities in the world ranking for mechanical, aerospace, and manufaturing studies.