Pedro Jiménez-Guerrero received his B.S. degree in chemical engineering (University of Murcia, 2001) and his M.S. degree (Technical University of Catalonia, 2003) and Ph.D. degree in environmental engineering (Technical University of Catalonia, 2005; Doctoral Prize to the Best Thesis). He has been a Researcher at the University of Porto (Portugal), University of California UCI (Irvine, USA), Max Planck Institute for Chemistry (Mainz, Germany), and the Goddard Institute for Space Studies, NASA (New York, USA), and University of California UCLA (Los Angeles, USA). He has been Principal Researcher in the Earth Sciences Department of the Barcelona Supercomputing Center-Centro Nacional de Supercomputación until the year 2009, when he moved to the University of Murcia as a Researcher and Professor on regional climate processes. He has coauthored over 40 peer-reviewed publications in scientific journals included in the JCR and an important number of communications in international conferences and books/chapters in books. He has participated and directed a number of research projects, both in national calls (e.g., IMMPACTE, CALIOPE, Consolider-Ingenio 2010, Spanish National R&D Programme) and European projects (EARLINET, ACCENT, ENES, GLORIA, etc.). His main research activities and interests cover the present and future high-resolution climate, the interactions between climate change and air pollution and air quality forecasting.
Biography Updated on 25 August 2011