Human Resources

An institution like IHCantabria only exists thanks to the men and women who work day in and day out toward its constant advancement. It is that confidence and that constant work which allow the institute to leave a legacy by way of its scientific output and innovative solutions to the problems of today’s society.

MAKE-UP AND STRUCTURE

STRUCTURE_

IHCantabria has set up the following internal structure in order to maximize and optimize the resources available. The main team consists of:

STAFF_

STAFF DEMOGRAPHICS_

TRAINING LEVEL_

STAFF

AREA MANAGEMENT AND HEADS_

Raúl Medina

Raúl Medina

General Management and Head of Coastal and Hydraulic Engineering Dept.

Íñigo J. Losada

Íñigo J. Losada

Research Director, Scientific Director of the Cantabria Coastal and Ocean Basin and Head of the Climate, Energy and Marine Infrastructure Dept.

José A. Juanes

José A. Juanes

Training Director and Head of the Hydrobiology and Environmental Management Dept.

Francisco Royano

Francisco Royano

Technology Transfer Director

GROUP MANAGERS_

Araceli Puente

Araceli Puente

Coastal Ecosystems

José Barquín

José Barquín

Freshwater Ecosystems

Íñigo J. Losada

Íñigo J. Losada

Marine Climate and Climate Change

Raúl Guanche

Raúl Guanche

Marine Energy and Offshore Engineering

Javier López

Javier López

Coastal Hydrodynamics and Infrastructures

Mauricio González

Mauricio González

Coastal Management and Engineering

César Álvarez

César Álvarez

Hydraulic Engineering

Andrés García

Andrés García

Oceanography, Estuaries and water quality

EXPERIMENTAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURES_

Álvaro Álvarez

Álvaro Álvarez

Laboratory of Hydraulics, Coasts and Offshore

Felipe Fernández

Felipe Fernández

Supercomputing and Information Technology Laboratory

Mª Luisa Pérez

Mª Luisa Pérez

Hydrobiology Laboratory

ADMINISTRATION_

Carlos Gutiérrez

Carlos Gutiérrez

Research and Technology Transfer Management Unit (UGITT)

Juan M. González

Juan M. González

Economic Management Unit

Jesús A. Arriaga

Jesús A. Arriaga

UF of Environmental Hydraulics Institute

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