PhD in Hydrology and Water Resources Management at University of Alcalá (January, 2017), MSc in the same programme (2010) and BSc in Environmental Sciences at University of Alcalá (2009). His research is focused on Natural and Cultural Heritage Analysis, especially Hydraulic Heritage, using several types of cartography and spatial analysis applying GIS software. His PhD is based on the adaptation of Old Maps as a cartographic base for the valuation of the Hydraulic Heritage of the Madrid Community. The thesis was supported by the FPU Spanish Research and Teaching Fellowship (2012-2016). He also participated in the Consolider Tragua Project (2011-2012) and in an International cooperation project for the start up of a water analysis laboratory associate to SNAP (Cuba, 2012).
During his career, he has carried out two research stays in Cuba (University of Pinar del Río and Viñales National Park, 2010) and Canada (University of Waterloo, 2013-2014). In addition, he collaborates within the framework of the master programme “Hydrology and Water Resources Management” (University of Alcalá and University Rey Juan Carlos). He also get involved in scientific dissemination events.
He is currently working in IMDEA Water as a support technician in the Geomatic Lab under the framework of the Support Technician Program of the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness.