I am an atmospheric scientist working in understanding how human activities and natural processes change the atmosphere, the climate and the environment. My research focuses on the integration of earth system models with in-situ and satellite observations to address questions related to atmospheric composition and processes, and biosphere-atmosphere-climate interactions.
I have an MEng in Agriculture Engineering from Universidad Politecnica de Valencia (Spain), and a PhD in Environmental Engineering from Michigan Technological University (USA). In 2007, I was a postdoctoral reseach associate at the Harvard University Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling Group, and later I worked at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. In 2011, I joined the Atmospheric Science Department at Colorado State University as a Research Scientist II. I moved to the UK in July of 2014 to work as a Teaching and Research Fellow at the Chemical Engineering Department of University of Sheffield.
In November 2017, I joined LC3M to lead the development of a new research line to investigate atmospheric chemistry and radiative forcing feedbacks from enhanced weathering with croplands using a series of earth system models (CESM and UK-ESM).
To view my full CV (May 2018), click here.