I’m a postdoctoral researcher with a Juan de la Cierva fellowship in the Soil and Water Conservation Research Group in CEBAS-CSIC (Murcia, Spain). Currently, I focus on the impact of climate change and landuse change on hydrology and soil erosion in Mediterranean environments. In the past years, I have developed a coupled hydrology-soil erosion model (SPHY-MMF), which I have applied in the Segura River catchment. The model is written in the Python language and makes use of the PC-Raster framework. I did my PhD research at Wageningen University (The Netherlands), which focussed on morphodynamics of lowland streams. During my PhD I surveyed several lowland streams using GPS-equipment. Data obtained from the field I analysed in Matlab, which I used to analyse data since my MSc thesis at Twente University. Since 2015, I started using R as the main software tool to analyse data. In 2014 I started to become interested in web design. I have made several websites, for instance the current website of my research group.