Antonio is a scientist at Mars Planetology in the Centro de Astrobiología (CAB, CSIC-INTA). He specializes in studying early Mars using remote sensing techniques. Antonio has been involved in various Mars missions, such as the ESA’s ExoMars Rosalind Franklin, where he is currently part of the geologic Macro and RLS Raman instrument teams. He has also worked in three Mars meteorological stations from NASA, including REMS, TWINS, and MEDA. Additionally, he has collaborated with the DLR’s HRSC instrument team and worked on two ERC projects: “MarsFirstWater” and “IPBSL.” Apart from his Mars research, Antonio has also worked with the Geomorphic Restoration group from the Complutense University of Madrid. He won two outreach awards for his work in field measurement and photogrammetric data processing for geomorphic reconstructions for mine reclamation. Antonio has extensive experience studying terrestrial Mars analogs such as the Antarctic permafrost, where he participated in three Spanish Antarctic Campaigns. Additionally, he has worked in the Sahara dunes in Egypt and Morocco, the fluvial systems of Rio Tinto, and the hydrothermal areas in Iceland. Antonio is an Environmental scientist at the Universidad de Alcalá, where he obtained his B.Sc. in 2009. He also holds a Master’s (2010) and Doctorate (2017) in Hydrology and Water Management from the same university and U. Rey Juan Carlos.