Alberto de Tomás

Hydrologist/Remote sensing expert

Parque Nacional de la Sierra de Guadarrama, Madrid, Spain.

Dr. A. (Alberto) de Tomás is an environmental scientist (BSc) specialised in Geographical Information Technologies (MSc-PhD) applied to water resources management and climate change adaption. He is experienced in the use of GIS and Remote Sensing techniques, in combination with Earth natural processes simulation models (energy and water fluxes), to solve complex spatial problems for the evaluation and decision support planning of water resources, both in the short and long-term. Dr. de Tomás has worked in several international research Institutes, located in Spain, Denmark and Israel, involved in Sustainable Management of Water Resources, Earth Observation Processes and Agriculture. Since 2016 he is a Consulting Researcher and Project Manager at FutureWater, Spain, working on European funded Projects (H2020) regarding irrigation water management and drought impacts in semiarid areas.