I’m a professor of ecology at the University of Granada and one of the most cited spanish ecologists. I leaded the creation of the Sierra Nevada LTER site, acting as scientific coordinator. Also I was involved in mediterranean plant ecology and plant-animal interactions, fostering knowledge transfer from science to environmental decision process. Of the terrestrial ecology research group I’m the PI.
I’m biologist and have a Master in Applied Statistics and I’m working for this group since 2009. Here I adquired high skills on analysis of ecological data wit R and programming tools. My interest are global change ecology, forest ecology, remote sensing and Data Analysis and Ecoinformatics.
I am Environmental Scientist by University of Granada and hold a Master Degree in GIS by University of Girona. My expertise is related to land use changes, socioecological systems and ecosystem services. Since 2010 I work in the Departament of Ecology at the University of Granada as a member of the Sierra Nevada Global Change Observatory.
A proactive and innovative thinker with several years experience building and supervising WSN and IOT network architectures (Sierra Nevada Global Change Observatory, CWI at Science Park of Amsterdam, Doñana National Park EBD and Joanneum Research Graz). My hard links to research and innovation aim me to provide global environmental & smart cities solutions.
My work consists basically in the management and justification of the projects in which we are involved. I worked previously in the Department of Ecology and in the Department of Zoology (Faculty of Sciences).
I am an Environmental Scientist by Pablo de Olavide University and hold a Master Degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Amsterdam. I work as an ecologist at the University of Granada since January 2016.