PhD Student at MNCN-CSIC
Jaime is a double major in Environmental Sciences and Geography and Territorial planning from the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM). He was awarded the Geographers of Madrid Prize in 2022 for the best final degree project. Subsequently, he completed his MSc in Geographic Information Technologies at the University of Alcalá de Henares (UAH), where he deepened his expertise in remote sensing and GIS.
He has contributed in several research areas, including a collaboration scholarship at the Department of Geology Geography and Environment at UAH and as research support technician on multiple botanical projects at UAM.
Currently, he is pursuing his PhD at the Hydrology and Climate Change Laboratory at the National Museum of Natural Sciences (CSIC) focusing on new dendrochronological methodologies for recording extreme hydrogeomorphological events (rock falls, debris flows, avalanches, …) in the Pyrenees.