Inmaculada Rodríguez-Santalla has a Degree in Geology from the Complutense University of Madrid (1993) and obtained her PhD in Environmental Sciences (1999) from the Alcalá de Henares University. Her doctoral thesis dealt with the evolution of the Ebro Delta (1999). Her professional activity in the Community of Madrid began in 1989, using Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) applied to different disciplines. Subsequently, she has held different positions in various companies and public agencies, participating in numerous technical reports related to coastal geomorphology management. Currently, she is a Professor at the Rey Juan Carlos University, teaching various subjects related with Geology and Environmental Sciences.
Her research activity is focused on Coastal Geomorphology and Integrated Coastal Management. She has directed and participated in different national and international research projects and has published numerous articles and conference papers. Additionally, she has supervised several doctoral theses and graduate works dealing with the research topics mentioned above.