ANTONIO GARCÍA-ALIX PhD

 

Brief CV


EDUCATION


  1. PhD in Earth Sciences (2001–June, 2006), University of Granada, Granada, SPAIN.

  2. Masters Degree in Earth Sciences (2001–2002), University of Granada, Granada, SPAIN.

  3. Bachelor Degree in Geology (1995–2000), University of Granada, Granada, SPAIN.


EMPLOYMENT


  1. 2014: Temporary professor at the Department of Didactics of the Environmental Sciences. University of Granada, Spain

  2. 2013: Temporary professor at the Department of Didactics of the Social and Environmental Sciences. University of Córdoba, Spain

  3. 2010–2013: Juan de la Cierva Postdoctoral Researcher [Instituto Andaluz de Ciencias de la Tierra (CSIC-Universidad de Granada), Granada, Spain]. Advisor: Antonio Delgado. Research topic: Geochemistry in fossil mammals and lacustrine sediments

  4. 2009: Temporary professor at the Department of Earth Sciences. University of Cádiz, Cádiz Spain

  5. 2008–2009: Postdoctoral researcher (Institut Català de Paleontologia, Sabadell, Spain)

  6. 2007–2008: Postdoctoral researcher (Instituto Tecnológico de la Construcción AIDICO, Valencia, Spain).


COMPETITIVE FELLOWSHIPS


  1. 2016-Present. Postdoctoral researcher: “RAMÓN & CAJAL PROGRAMME" of the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness (MINECO), Spanish Government. Research Centre: University of Granada, Spain.

    2014-2016. Postdoctoral researcher: “MARIE CURIE INTRA-EUROPEAN FELLOWSHIPS” of the FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IEF programme (European Commission). Research Centre: University of Glasgow, UK.

  2. 2010–2013. Postdoctoral researcher: “JUAN DE LA CIERVA” program of the Ministry of Science and Innovation (MICINN), Spanish Government. Research Centre: Instituto Andaluz de Ciencias de la Tierra (CSIC), Granada, Spain.

  3. 2006: Researcher: ”Ayuda Puente Universidad de Granada”. Research Centre: University of Granada, Granada, Spain.

  4. 2002–2005. PhD candidate: “FORMACIÓN DE PROFESORADO UNIVERSITARIO (FPU)” program of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport (MEC), Spanish Government. Research Centre: University of Granada, Granada, Spain.