In my research I aim to evaluate environmental dynamics at different spatio-temporal scales, integrating a range of geospatial technologies. I mainly employ time series analysis of remotely sensed data, which are essential for characterization of change processes, like drastic and subtle disturbance, or natural succession including regeneration, growth, decline and mortality. I study phenological traits and variations through time, as well as long term trends of change to help assessing forest structure and ecosystemic services.
Education and former positions
- Feb 2021-present Postdoctoral researcher. IuFOR-EiFAB (Spain).
- 2020-2021 Project coordinator. Fundación Cesefor (Spain).
- 2015-2020 Titulado Superior de Actividades Técnicas y Profesionales. INIA-CIFOR (Spain).
- 2014-present Honorary Research Fellow. University of Aberdeen (UK).
- 2013-2014 Teaching Fellow. University of Aberdeen (UK).
- 2011-2015 (various periods) Research Contractor. Pacific Forestry Centre (Canada).
- 2008-2013 Research Fellow. AICSM (Scotland).
- PhD in Conservation and Sustainable Use of Forest Systems (UVa, Spain).
- MSc CAP in Education (UPM, Spain).
- MSc Applied Geospatial Technologies (UOA, United Kingdom).
- MSc Forest Engineer (UPM, Spain).
- Remote sensing (optical, radar, LiDAR, UAV).
- Time series analysis.
- Monitoring environmental dynamics.
- Forest phenology.