Anamaría Navarro got her Ph.D. degree in Physics in Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia, in September 2020. She developed the code MAGNUS as one part of her Ph.D. thesis. The code solves the MHD equations considering the effects of electrical resistivity and thermal conduction. She studied the solar atmosphere’s plasma dynamics in two projects. The first one was the emergence of a magnetic plasma blob into a solar coronal hole, which corresponds to a new mechanism to generate shocks that eventually may heat the solar corona. The second one was the research of the effects of thermal conduction on the generation of tadpole jets in the solar chromosphere, which are jets with rarified plasma, recently observed using the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph.

In 2021 she joined the IAC as a postdoc in the PI2FA project.