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  TOMAS JOVER, ROBERTO

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TOMAS JOVER, ROBERTO

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E-mail:
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+34 965903400 x 2933
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+34 965903400 x 965903707
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Current professional activity

Position:
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
Dept.
INGENIERIA CIVIL
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Groups:
UNESCO Code:
330509 - Excavaciones
330531 - Mecánica del suelo
250617 - Mecánica de rocas
330510 - Cimientos
330506 - Ingeniería Civil
2500 - CIÈNCIES DE LA TERRA I DE L'ESPAI
250616 - Teledetección (geología)

Academic background

  • Ciencias de la Tierra e Ingeniería Geológica (Premio extraordinario de doctorado de la Universidad de Alicante).
    Facultad de Ciencias. Universidad de Alicante (20/03/2009)
  • INGENIERO DE CAMINOS, CANALES Y PUERTOS
    ESCUELA POLITÉCNICA SUPERIOR DE ALICANTE (17/12/2007)
  • INGENIERO GEÓLOGO (1º Premio Nacional fin de carrera de Educación Universitaria. Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte)
    Universidad de Alicante (01/01/2002)
  • INGENIERO TÉCNICO DE OBRAS PÚBLICAS (1º Premio Nacional fin de carrera de Educación Universitaria. Ministerio de Educación y Cultura)
    Universidad de Alicante (01/01/1998)

Roberto Tomás Jover is Ph.D, M.Sc. in Civil Engineering and M.Sc. in Geological Engineering by the University of Alicante. Currently he is Professor in Geotechnical Engineering at the Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Alicante.He is director, by the University of Alicante, of the Associate Research Unit IGME-UA of ground movements monitoring using radar interferometry (UNIRAD), leader of the Geotechnical and Structural Engineering (INTERES)research group, collaborator of the of the Geohazards InSAR laboratory and Modelling Group of the IGME and Member of the UNESCO Land Subsidence International Initiative (LASII). His main research interest is in the application of remote sensing techniques to the sudy of geological and geotechnical phenomena and rock masses. The main themes of his work are: a) the monitoring and characterization of landslides, land subsidence and infrastructures using SAR Interferometry; b) rock mass characterization and monitoring using 3D point clouds; and d) rock mass geomechanic classifications and intact rock characterization when subjected to high temperatures or saturation.