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I am a graduate student of Geography and Territory Ordination of Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (2013). After that, I did two official Master: Master in Water Resources and Environment at Universidad de Málaga (2014) and Master in Geophysics and Meteorology at Universidad de Granada (2016). During this academic period, I did practices at Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME),  Confederación Hidrográfica del Guadiana (CHG) and Agencia Estatal de Meteorología (AEMET).

In 2016, I obtained a four-year grant FPU (Formation of the University Professorship) to the achievement of a doctoral thesis with the supervision of Dr. Josep Peñuelas Reixach and Dr. Aleixandre Verger Ten.

The PhD project is conceived as an investigation on the climatology category, inside the area of Earth science. The thesis project is part of the Copernicus Global Land Project of the European Commission, where the investigation team of the Global Ecology Unit work on developing techniques of remote sensing to characterize the whole vegetation and phenology from satellite

The aim objective to be carried out in this research is the development of optimized algorithms in order to estimate the phenology of the vegetation from satellite, and to make use of the whole potential that offers the remote sensing, to study the response of the vegetation as a result of climate change and possible feedbacks that the change in the plants phenophases can cause on the global climate.

Recent publications under CREAF affiliation