Dr Nuria de Andrés, Complutense University of Madrid
Professor (Profesor Titular) in UCM. Her research work is focused on the study of glacial and periglacial geomorphology in mountains, through the application of different dating techniques and SIG. In her work, she devotes special attention to geomorphological cartography and to geodiversity, as well as relating the natural processes that she studies with the anthropic implications (territory management, natural risks…). In the national field, she has worked in the Pyrenees, Central System, Sierra Nevada and Sierra de la Demanda. She has also studied the mountains of Mexico (Popocatépetl, Iztaccíhuatl, Colima Fire), Peru (Chachani and Misti), USA (Cascades) and Iceland (Tröllaskagi peninsula). She has participated in twenty two search projects financed through public funding. She is the author of forty four publications; twenty four articles in JCR magazines (11 in Q1, according to JCR). Additionally, she has supervised fifteen Masters Theses. She has thirteen research placements in foreign research centers. Index h of 11/8; index i10 11/8 and 335/260 quotations (total/since 2012 in Google Scholar). Index h=8 and 132 quotations (Scopus) and 115 quotations (Web of Science).