Academic titles

PhD Candidate in Marine Sciences

PhD Research Project

MSc in Social Communication of Scientific Research

  • 9.4/10
  • 2018 – 2019.
  • MSC Thesis: “The use of social media to disseminate marine science knowledge from spanish research institutions” (9/10).
  • Valencia International University (VIU).
  • Valencia, Spain.

MSc Global Change

BSc Marine Biology

  • 6 months, January – June, 2013.
  • ERASMUS Programme.
  • The OceanLab, University of Aberdeen Aberdeen. Scotland, United Kingdom.

BSc Environmental Sciences

  • 2008 – 2013.
  • Specialized in “Analysis and Technology of the Environment”.
  • Highest Averaged Mark in his Class (“Primero en su promoción”). First Class (8,85/10, 3,23/4).
  • BSc Thesis: “Drought patterns in the Iberian Peninsula for the period 1950 – 2050). First Class, Highest Averaged Mark in his Class (9,9/10, 4/4).

Prizes and Grants

Woskshops & Courses

  • IV LINCGlobal Iberoamerican School. (Morillo de Tou, Huesca, Spain). October, 2018.
  • 7th SOLAS Summer School 2018. July – August, 2018. Surface Ocean – Lower Atmosphere Study (SOLAS) project. Corsica, France.
  • “Scientists Facing Media”. January, 2018. Spanish National Public TV (RTVE).  Barcelona, Spain.
  • GODAE Ocean View International School 2017. October, 2017. New Frontiers in Operational Oceanography. Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies (IMEDEA-CSIC). Mallorca, Spain.
  • EuroMarine Working Group PlankBioS Workhop. June, 2017. Present and future plankton biogeography and the link between community structure, marine ecosystem functioning and ecosystem service provision. AZTI. San Sebastian, Basque Country, Spain.
  • 2016 PALEOGENiE summer school. July, 2016. A Practical Introduction to Ecological Modelling. University of Bristol. Bristol, Reino Unido.
  • Introduction and Data Management with Python. March, 2016 Atelier Software Carpentry [CQ – U. Laval]. Quebec, Canada.
  • 3rd Ramón Margalef Summer Colloquia. July, 2015. Patters and processes in boundary marine ecosystems. Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM). Barcelona, Spain.
  • Introduccion a la programacion en R. May 2015. Barcelona Ocean. Barcelona, Spain.


  • Spanish – Native.
  • English – Professional level (7, IELTS)
  • Catalan – Intermediate Level.
  • French – Intermediate Level.

Computer skills

  • R (Most used), MatLab & Python.
  • OS: Ubuntu (Most used), Windows & Mac.
  • LaTeX platforms: TeXMaker and Overleaf v.2 (Most used).