IMDEA Water. Avenida Punto Com, 2. Parque Científico Tecnológico de la Universidad de Alcalá. Alcalá de Henares. 28805 MADRID
Degree in Chemistry by the Autonomous University of Madrid (2002). Master in Water Management, Treatment and Purification, COITF (April 2011). Expert lab technician and researcher at the Laboratory of Water Quality, Water Environment Department, Centre for Hydrographic Studies (CEH ), CEDEX, 2003-2014, contracted for the following projects: Research about works related to the study of emerging substances by various analytical techniques in the water environment (2010-2014); R&D of different monitoring networks, qualitative status of groundwater according to criteria of the Water Framework Directive and Eurowaternet (2006-2010 ); Technical support to determine the presence of contaminants belonging to the list of priority substances in the framework directive in groundwaters. Duero and Segura basins (2004-2005); Technical support for studies on the use of ratios between quality parameters in relation to the detection of seawater intrusion processes in groundwater (2003-2004). Experience in analytical techniques for the study of several organic micropollutants, photosynthetic pigments, cyanotoxins, etc., in water, sediments and sludge. Techniques: mass spectrometry GC / MS , LC / MS / MS ; gas chromatography GC / ECD , GC / FID , GC / NPD, liquid chromatography and HPLC / FLD / DAD ; Purge and Trap P & T / GC / MS / ECD. Participation in projects: Conducting studies on the Groundwater Quality; Performing laboratory tests on the quality control points of networks of groundwater; Characterization of sewage sludge generated in Spain; Development of an operational system for the direct production of thematic maps of photosynthetic pigments using the MERIS sensor of the satellite ENVISAT-1. Application to Spanish reservoirs; Monitoring of the flooded area and water quality in the Albufera de Valencia by remote sensing; Research and development of a system of regular thematic mapping of reservoirs by satellite remote sensing.