PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Cambridge, Engineer in Biotechnology from the University of Chile and Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the University of Chile. Dr Ocampos co-founded Camnexus, start-up of the University of Cambridge and technology transfer platform that responds to global challenges for sustainable development through digitalisation and smart transformation in key productive sectors. She is also senior consultant in innovation and technology transfer for the International Outreach Programme of Cambridge Enterprise (technology transfer office of the University of Cambridge) and expert research fellow in innovation policy and governance at the Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Governance (C-EENRG) of the University of Cambridge, where she advises global decision makers. Dr Ocampos has been awarded several awards for innovation in Europe and in particular at the University of Cambridge. She currently leads the development of technology and network solutions of LPWAN and low-power sensors, based on LoRa, for applications in smart agri-food, city and industry 4.0.