Senior researcher in TECNALIA RESEARCH AND INNOVATION. Graduated as architect with post degrees in Urban Management and Cultural Heritage and PhD on decision making process for improving sustainability and liveability of historic urban environments using multiscale information management. Coordinator of SHELTER (Sustainable Historic Environments hoListic reconstruction through Technological Enhancement & community-based Resilience), a 4 years on-going H2020 project under the topic “Resilience and sustainable reconstruction of historic areas to cope with climate change and hazard events”. Currently is the leader of the work package regarding “New governance, business and financing models for NB-oriented urban planning” in Nature4cities project and the work package regarding “Conceptual and operational framework for heritage-led rural regeneration” in RURITAGE project. Head of the project that established the sustainability standard for the Galapagos islands.