Jesús Monclús González
Managing Director of the Prevention and Road Safety Area of Fundación MAPFRE
Name and surnames: Jesús Monclús González.
Date and place of birth: 5 June1969 in Zaragoza.
Education and publications:
PhD in Industrial Engineering from Universidad de Zaragoza.
Master degree in Transport Safety from George Washington University (USA) with the support of a Fulbright scholarship.
‘Ad Honorem’ professor at the Technical University of Madrid (Spain) from 2006 to 2008.
Postgraduate qualification in Mobility Management awarded by the Pompeu Fabra University and the Polytechnic University of Catalonia.
Student at the 1999 Basic Summer Institute: Principles and Practice of Injury Prevention given by the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore (USA). He undertook specific research stays at the University of Lund in Sweden and the Japan Automotive Research Institute, JARI, in Tsukuba (Japan).
He is the author of numerous technical articles and has written a book called “Planes estratégicos de seguridad vial. Fundamentos y casos prácticos” (Strategic road safety plans. Rationale and practical cases), another entitled “La Seguridad Vial en las empresas. Programas Internacionales de Promoción” (Road Safety in Companies. International Promotion Programs) and he is co-editor of another one entitled “Así lo hicimos: Del Infinito al Cero” (This is how we did it: From Infinity to Zero).
In October 2019, the Spanish Directorate General for Traffic distinguished him with its Medal for Road Safety Merit.
Managing Director of the Prevention and Road Safety Area of Fundación MAPFRE (since 2014).
Member of the Management Committee of Fundación MAPFRE (since 2014).
Head of Safety Studies in the Area of Road Safety of Fundación MAPFRE (2013 to 2014).
Research Collaborator of the Area of Road Safety of Fundación MAPFRE (2010 to 2013).
National Representative of the Transport Management Committee of the 7th European Framework Program of Research and Innovation (2006-2013), Center for Industrial Technological Development (CDTI).
Chief Researcher of the Fundación Instituto Tecnológico de la Seguridad del Automóvil (Technological Institute Foundation of Vehicle Safety), FITSA (2003 to 2006).