Dr. Yolanda Cedillo Flores
My main primary research is in Planetary Geomorphology, targets the processes involved in the origin and formation of some landforms, particularly of the Martian gullies.
My doctoral work was the proposal of formation of Martian gullies associated with dry material with possible fluidization of CO2.
I made a short-doctoral stay at the National Air and Space Museum, Center for Earth and Planetary Studies, Smithsonian Institution in 2007, Washington D.C.
It is also of my interest, the diversity of volcanism in the Solar System.
Currently in Mexico City, I teach the course Cosmography and Topography at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM). And also work in the Ministry of Education by geography counseling secondary level schools.
July 21, 2011