Position: Integrated Researcher with Doctoral Degree

Academic background: Agregação in Physical Geography (University of Lisbon, 2010), PhD in Physical Geography (University of Lisbon, 1998), MSc in Physical and Regional Geography (University of Lisbon, 1988), Degree in Geography (University of Lisbon, 1884)

Research GroupRISKAM

Email: zezere@campus.ul.pt

Research interests: Slope instability, Applied Geomorphology, Geomorphological Hazard Assessment, Quantitative Risk Analysis, Environmental Risk and Spatial Planning

ORCID: 0000-0002-3953-673X

Ciência Vitae: 511D-EE6B-47E3

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Researcher ID: H-9956-2013
Scopus Author ID: 6507109389
Loopprofile: 144376


PhD in Physical Geography (University of Lisbon). Professor (Full) of Physical Geography at the Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning, University of Lisbon, specialising in applied geomorphology, landslide hazard assessment and risk analysis. Director of the Centre of Geographical Studies, a R&D Unit funded by the Portuguese Agency for the Science and Technology. His research is made within the RISKam Research Group – Environmental Hazard and Risk Assessment and Management, which belongs to the Centre of Geographical Studies. Vice-president of the CERG – European Centre on Geomorphological Hazards, European Council. Regular member of the European Geosciences Union. Coordinator of the following research projects: MapRisk – Methodologies for assessing landslide hazard and risk applied to municipal planning (2008-11); DISASTER – GIS database on hydro-geomorphologic disasters in Portugal: a tool for environmental management and emergency planning (2010-13). Coordinator of the Risk and Civil Protection teams within the Territorial Management Regional Plans of the West and Tagus valley and the Lisbon Metropolitan Area.