- Damià Vericat is a fluvial geomorphologist.
- He obtained a degree in Geography in September 2001 (Department of Geography, University of Lleida -UdL-, Spain). His degree was distinguished with the Extraordinary Award of the UdL.
The Jalon River during a Flood in March 2003.
- He started his PhD on January 2002, with this funded by a grant from the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science (FPU). The PhD was supervised by Ramon J. Batalla at the UdL and co-supervised by Celso Garcia at the University of the Balearic Islands.
- During his PhD he undertook five different research stays in foreign institutions, amounting to a total of 18 months. He obtained his PhD on June 2005 (Department of Environment and Soil Sciences, UdL).
- The PhD research was marked with the highest level (cum laude per unanimity), it received the European mention and it was also distinguished with the Extraordinary Award of the UdL.
Gravels trapped in a Helley-Smith 76 mm sampler.
- After the PhD and during the year 2006 he worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Forest Science Center of Catalonia -CTFC- (Spain), by means of a grant funded by the Catalan Foundation for Research and Innovation.
- Between 2007 and 2009 he worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences (Aberystwyth University -AU-, UK).
- In March 2009 he joined the CTFC as a Juan de la Cierva Research Fellow (funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation).
- In 2009 he received a José Castillejo Fellowship to undertake a research stay of 5 months in the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research -NIWA- (New Zealand).
- In recognition of his ongoing collaborative work, Damià was awarded Honorary Research Fellow status at the Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences (AU, UK) in 2010.
- In March 2010 he joined the UdL as a Ramón y Cajal Research Fellow
(funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation) where he currently works.
- Damià Vericat is developing a research line based on Morphosedimentary Processes in Mediterranean Rivers: application of novel geomatics and remote sensing methods to study fluvial processes as the basis for the design of restoration measures to ensure river's geomorphic and ecological integrity.
A Total Station set up in a gravel patch.
3D Model | Complex mesh from Terrestrila Laser Scanning point clouds.