Position: Collaborative Researcher
PhD in Physical Geography (University of Lisbon, 2005)
MSc in Physical Geography and Environment (University of Lisbon, 1995)
Degree in Geography and Reegional Planning (University of Lisbon, 1993)
Research Group: RISKam, ZEPHYRUS
Research interests: Coastal Geomorphology, Cliffs instability, Evolution processes of shore platforms, Coastal risks
Ciência Vitae: C318-7F45-8859
PhD in Physical Geography on rock coasts evolution, was an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning – University of Lisbon.
Researcher of the Center of Geographical Studies since 1993. As a member of the research group RISKAM, participated in several research projects and in private contracts, at national and international level, on risk assessment applied to spatial planning.
As a member of the research group ZEPHYRUS, participated in four Antarctic campaigns supporting the evaluation of the spatial distribution and thermal evolution of permafrost.