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Vice-rector of Teaching Staff

Inés Olaizola NogalesInés Olaizola Nogales
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Inés Olaizola Nogales (Vitoria-Gasteiz, 1966) graduated in Law, specialising in Economic Law, from the University of Deusto in 1989 and obtained a Master’s degree in Corporate Legal Consultancy from the School of Legal Practice and the University of Deusto in 1990.

After a number of pre-doctoral research stays –academic year 1992/1993 and 1994- in the Institut für Kriminologie und Wirtsschaftsstrafrectht at the University of Freiburg, she defended her doctoral thesis at the Public University of Navarre in 1997. She spent the academic year 1997/1998 as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Augsburg and in 1999 earned a place as Tenured Professor in Criminal Law at the UPNA.

She became Full Professor in Criminal Law at the Public University of Navarre in 2011. She has written several monographs and a range of articles on different aspects of Criminal Law. She has followed various different lines of research, but her work on corruption, the financing of political parties, gender violence, human smuggling and trafficking, and crimes against workers’ rights are worthy of note.

She was General Secretary of the Public University of Navarre from 2015 to 2019 and has been a member of the Central Electoral Board since November 2017.

Area Management Offices

Arantzazu Villanueva LarreArantzazu Villanueva Larre
Tel: 948 16 9143

Arantzazu Larre Villanueva (Pamplona, Navarre, 1974) graduated as Telecommunications engineer from the Public University of Navarre (UPNA) in 1998 and got a Ph.D. from the same university in 2005.

In 1998, she began to work as a teaching assistant in the area of Signal Theory and Communications in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the Public University of Navarre, where she currently teaches as an associate professor with tenure.

Member of the research group of Biomedical Engineering, Villanueva has collaborated on seven research projects and she has also directed another two projects. She was also responsible, in the Public University of Navarre, for the European Network of Excellence (NoE) COGAIN (Communication by Gaze Interaction), which was developed within the VI Framework Programme. In NOE, researchers from 22 European centers took part.

Villanueva has directed several theses and has published several papers in impact publications and book chapters. She has also completed research stages at universities in Denmark and Canada.