Emilio Romero Jiménez studied Civil Engineering in the University of Granada, where he graduated in 2012. After some years working as an engineer, he decided to expand his knowledge about renewable energies, so he studied an MSc about the topic in the University of Strathclyde, UK. He graduated in 2017.
He is part of the department of Applied Physics since February 2018, where he works as a researcher. The projects in which he participates are related to climate change projections, analysing the future influence of this phenomenon on the Iberian Peninsula. Specifically, his current research studies the magnitude of future droughts and their impact on variables such as soil moisture in river basins.