Dr. Ing. de Caminos, Canales y Puertos (Ph.D. in Civil Engineering), UPC, Barcelona, Spain, 2000. Thesis: “Numerical modeling of complex geomechanical problems”
Applied math for civil, environmental engineering and sustainable development.
Social and environmental stats and decision-making for local management of water services and resources in developing societies.
Air quality modeling and forecasting at the micro scale.
Julio Alejandro Ríos Hernández
Miguel Ángel Hernández Martínez
Ricard Giné i Garriga (2015) “Monitoring Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Services: Developing tools and methods to measure sustainable access and practice at the local level”
Albert Oliver Serra (2015) “Local scale air quality model system for diagnostic and forecasting simulations using the Finite Element Method”
Óscar Flores Baquero (2015) “Development of methods for monitoring the water and sanitation sector at different scales through human rights lenses”
Cristina Yacoub López (2013) “Developing tools to evaluate the environmental status of Andean basins with mining activities”
Alejandro Jiménez de Palencia (2010) “Key challenges in the governance of rural water supply: lessons learnt from Tanzania”
CONTACT ME: agusti.perez at upc.edu
c/Jordi Girona 1-3, Campus Nord C2-310, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Barcelona E-08034, Spain.