Damià's research specialisms lie in fluvial geomorphology. Specific interests include fluvial sediment transport, channel morphodynamics and ecohydraulics. He is author of more than 100 publications at national and international level, including peer-reviewed papers, book chapters, proceedings contributions, and technical reports linked to research projects. He is author in more than 40 international peer-reviewed publications. He has been involved in the organization of national and international conferences/meetings and workshops, he holds three awards, he has participated in more than 50 research projects including research contracts; he has a patent, he has co-supervised 3 PhD students and is currently supervising 6 more students. Damià has reviewed more than 30 international papers and two USA National Science Foundation Research Projects (Geomorphology & Land-Use Dynamics Program). He is currently the Principal Investigator of a research project funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (Research, development and Innovation) aiming at coupling channel morphodynamics and ecological diversity in human-stressed fluvial systems (


PROJECT: Cost Action ES1306: Connecting European Connectivity Research (CONNECTEUR). Funding: European Science Foundation. Project Code: ES1306. Chair: Dr. Saskia Keesstra (Soil Physics and Land Mangement Group, Wageningen University). Date: 2014-2018. VISIT CONNECTEUR SITE.

PROJECT: Morphosedimentary dynamics in human-stressed fluvial systems: coupling channel morphology and ecological diversity (MorphSed). Funding: Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad, Subdirección General de Proyectos de Investigación. Project Code: CGL2012-36394. Principal Investigator: Damià Vericat (University of Lleida). Date: 2013-2016. VISIT MOPRHSED SITE.

PROJECT: Assessing and predicting effects on water quantity and quality in Iberian rivers caused by global change. Funding: SCARCE Consolider Ingenio 2010 (MICINN, Spain). Project Code: CSD2009-00065. Principal Investigator: Damià Barceló (CSIC-ICRA, Spain). WP MORPH leader: Ramon J. Batalla (University of Lleida). Date: 2009-2014. VISIT SCARCE SITE.