Her research activity is mainly focused on developing high-performance powder metallurgy steels with low alloy content; designing new compositions aimed at creating specific microstructures to obtain the desired properties. She has taken part in international projects, working together with businesses from the sector, both powder producers and manufacturers of components. Additionally, within the processing and characterisation of metal powders she has focused on compaction and the interaction of materials with the atmosphere to which they are exposed, in the latter case in relation to stainless steel. She has sat on the committee for three doctoral theses related to this subject. She has recently focused her attention on additive manufacturing and, more specifically, microstructural characterisation. She also performs element analyses using ICP-OES, a technique for which she is responsible in the centre. The non-confidential results obtained have led to 40 articles for conferences and specialist journals.