Rodríguez-Manfredi, José Antonio

2010 – 2015, Head of Department of Instrumentation and Space Exploration, CAB.

2004 – Present, Co-Investigator and Mission Manager and Ground Segment / Operations Lead in the REMS instrument onboard NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory .

2008 – 2012, Mission Manager and Ground Segment / Operations Lead in the instrument RLS (Raman Laser Spectrometer) onboard ESA’s ExoMars mission, a Raman spectrometer for planetary exploration.Funded by the Spanish Government.

2012 – Present, Principal Investigator of TWINS Instrument (Temperature and Winds for InSight mission), a meteorological package onboard the InSight mission, within NASA’s Discovery Program.

2012 – Present, Co-Investigador of the NASA’s InSight mission to Mars.

2014 – Present, Principal Investigator of MEDA Instrument(Mars Environmental Dynamics Analyzer) an instrument for NASA’s Mars2020 mission.

2016 – Present, Co-Investigator and technology developments lead in the ERC Proof of Concept Grant, Proposal 737620-MMP, entitled Multiparametric probe for monitoring in real time environmental variables in drilling boreholes..

2018 – Present, Principal Investigator and consortium leader for the proposal HydraX, as an ESA FAST Mission.

2020 – Present, Co-Investigator in European Space Agency’s Contract No. 4000128070/19/NL/KML, entitled Miniaturized Sensor Packages and Delivery Systems for In-Situ Exploration.

Researcher ID: L-8001-2014

ORCID: 0000-0003-0461-9815

Key words Physics and Space Sciences; Space instrumentation; In situ exploration; Mars



Development and exploitation of new technologies for space instrumentation in the Community of Madrid