Gabriel Barceló holds a PhD in Industrial Engineering from the ETSII de Madrid. He did his studies for the degree in Physical Sciences on the U. C. M. Barceló has spent most of his professional career as a civil servant in the Spanish civil administration, entering the Revenue Department as an industrial engineer by public exam. He was appointed a Finance and Tax Inspector, later becoming a State Finance Inspector.
Initially, he worked as an engineer and later as an engineering manager and engineering and business consultant. He is a founder and President of the Spanish Technical Association of Air-conditioning and Cooling (ATECYR) and of the Association of Professional Tax and Finance Administration Inspectors (APIFE), President of the Spanish Federation of Industrial Engineer Associations and Vice-President of the Spanish Institute of Engineering.
He was a member of the International Committee of the American Society for Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and of the Board of the Federation of European, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (RHEVA). He was also a lecturer on doctoral courses at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and other academic institutions, such as the Industrial Organization School, the Institute of Tax Studies, and on the Public Revenue School of the Spanish Ministry of Finance.
Barceló has written numerous articles and books on technology, business organization and administration, social welfare, revenue, energy and physics. He was granted a 2016 Honorific Mention by the Industrial Engineers’ Association of Madrid (COIIM) for his life’s work. This award not only highlighted his professional achievements, but also his contribution to the social and professional acknowledgement of the engineering profession.
For over thirty-seven years now he has been developing a scientific research program into non-inertial dynamic systems.
At present he busies himself with researching, developing and promoting the Theory of Dynamic Interactions of his conception.
Global Journal published an extensive report on his research project in 2016.
World Journal of Mechanics published a special issue on Rotational Dynamics and the theory of dynamic interactions in March, 2017.