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Dr DamiÓ Gomis Bosch

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Dr DamiÓ Gomis Bosch
Full Professor
Earth Physics
  • Despatx F323Tercer pisMateu Orfila i Rotger
  • Despatx 216Segon pisServeis CientificotŔcnics i IUR

    Dr DamiÓ Gomis Bosch

    personal.uib.eu/damia.gomis

    Curriculum

    Brief CV

    Damia Gomis graduated in Physics at the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB) in 1986, getting the final degree honors. He got a Ph.D. in Physics from the same university in 1990, also achieving the extraordinary doctorate prize. After a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Reading (England), in 1993 he won a position of Associate Professor at the Department of Physics of the UIB, and in 1998 he became part of the refounded IMEDEA (Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies, a joint center between UIB and CSIC). He is Professor in Physics of the Earth since 2011.

    Throughout his research career he has worked in the spatial objective analysis of oceanographic data and in the diagnosis of physical processes, particularly in terms of the interaction between physics and biology. Over the past decade his research has focused on two lines. The first is the dynamics of the Antarctic Ocean. The second and most important is the generation of marine climate scenarios for the XXI century, especially with reference to sea level. Presently he continues his research on the physical basis of climate change and on its impacts, both from a physical perspective (as Head of the Sea Level and Climate research group, http://marine-climate.uib.es/) and from a multidisciplinary perspective (as Director of the UIB Interdisciplinary Laboratory on Climate Change, http://lincc.uib.eu/).

    The described research has been carried out through the participation in 17 Spanish projects (Principal Investigator of 7 of them), about 30 special/integrated actions (IP of 15) and 13 European projects (IP in 3 of them), in addition to contracts with national and international agencies. The result of all this research has been more than 100 publications and about 275 contributions to conferences.

    On the educational side DamiÓ Gomis has been teeching Degree and Master courses for more than 25 years and has supervised 6 PhD theses. At present he is the Director of the Academic Commission of the PhD Program in Physics of the University of the Balearic Islands.

    He has also carried out different management activities as member of several national and international committees such as Future Earth or MedCLIVAR. He has also participated in several Evaluation Commissions in Spain and other countries, as well as for the European Union.

    Finally, as founder (in 2017) and Director (since then) of the Interdisciplinary Laboratory on Climate Change (LINCC-UIB), DamiÓ Gomis is presently involved in many knowledge transfer and dissemination activities. In 2018 UIB achieved the status of Observer Member of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which entitles the LINCC-UIB to participate in the UNFCCC summits. Under the umbrella of Climate Alliance, LINCC-UIB has also become part of the new Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat.

    Quality Parameters:
    - 5-yr Teaching Positive Evaluations: 6 (last one for: 2012-16).
    - 6-yr Research Positive Evaluations: 5 (last one for: 2011-16).
    - Total number of Cites (updated to 2019): 2157 (Scopus)
    - Mean value of cites/year during the last 5 years (2015-2019): 160 (Scopus)
    - Publications in journals of the top quartile (Q1): 64
    - H-Index: 28 (Scopus)

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    Teaching

    Office Hours

    Lecturer Tutorial Times
    Start Date End Date Day Start Time End Time Location
    10/09/2019 31/07/2020 Monday 12.00 14.00 F323, edifici Mateu Orfila

    Subjects taught. Academic Year 2020-21

    Subjects taught
    Subject Degree/campus
    21001 - General Physics I
    22600 - Mechanics
    21054 - Physical Oceanography

    Teaching, 5 previous years

    Subject Degree
    11278 - Spatial Analysis and Data Assimilation
    • Master's in Advanced Physics and Applied Mathematics2015-16, 2016-17
    21001 - General Physics I
    21054 - Physical Oceanography
    21400 - Physics I

    Research

    Research groups

    Group Membership type
    Sea level and Climate Main researcher

    Specialties

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