City Research Lead (CRL)
Dr. Daniel Andrade
Daniel is a volcanologist, working at Instituto Geofisico-EPN (Quito) since 1998 when he was an undergraduate student. He has had the opportunity to witness and actively participate during the response of volcanic crises related to the eruptions of Guagua Pichincha (1999-2000), Tungurahua (1999-2016), Reventador (since 2002), Cotopaxi (2015) and Sangay currently. His main interests are related to surface processes occurring at volcanoes as well as their long-term structural development, and a significant part of his research is related to the assessment of lahar hazards at Ecuadorean volcanoes. He has held the position of 'Profesor principal' at EPN since 2011.
dandrade@igepn.edu.ec
UK Co-ordinator (UKC)
Prof. Jenni Barclay
Prof. Jenni Barclay
Jenni Barclay is a volcanologist interested in all aspects of disaster risk reduction in volcanic settings. This includes research on the following topics: (1) equitable access to and sharing of hazard knowledge, (2) volcanic processes and their monitoring (3) cultural and social responses to volcanic activity and their role in growing resilience (3) citizen science and (4) volcanoes and their multihazard environment. She is also a strong exponent of outreach and community engagement wherever she works. In Tomorrow's Cities, as the UK coordinator for Quito, Jenni is interested in the ways in we can bring together different types of knowledge to improve resilience in a multi-hazard environment experiencing other development pressures. She is also coordinating the way in which we will try to draw together lessons about the use of 'citizen-science' type approaches to improve both knowledge of hazardous processes and the integration of different knowledges, and the empowerment of communities at risk.
Professor of Volcanology
J.Barclay@uea.ac.uk
Colegio de Ingenieros (Merlo)
Colegio de Ingenieros (Merlo)

9 de Octubre N25-12 y Av. Colón, Piso 1, Quito, Equador



FLACSO-Equador
FLACSO-Equador

Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales Sede (FLACSO), Diego de Almagro, Quito 170201, Ecuador.

 

Dr Alfredo Santillán
Dr. Alfredo Santillán
Profesor investigador
asantillan@flacso.edu.ec
Marco Cordova
Dr. Marco Córdova
Researcher
mcordova@flacso.edu.ec
Adriana Mejía Artieda
Adriana Mejía Artieda
Project Manager
manager.quito@tomorrowscities.org
Municipio del Distrito Metropolitano de Quito
Municipio del Distrito Metropolitano de Quito

Venezuela between Chile and Espejo, Quito, Ecuador.



National Polytechnic School (Ecuador)
National Polytechnic School (Ecuador)

Ladron de Guevera E11-253, Quito 170517, Ecuador.

 

Dr. Daniel Andrade

dandrade@igepn.edu.ec
Prof. Eliana Fernanda Jiménez Alvaro
Profesora de Riesgos Geológicos
Dr Alexandra Alvarado
Researcher
Prof. Juan-Carlos Singaucho-Armas
Associate Professor
Mónica Segovia
Dr. Mónica Segovia
Associate Professor
msegovia@igepn.edu.ec
Dr. Sandro Vaca
Associate Professor
svaca@igepn.edu.ec
Secretaria de Gestion de Riesgos (SGR)
Secretaria de Gestion de Riesgos (SGR)

Building Integrated Security Center , CP: 092301 / Samborondón - Ecuador. 



Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ)
Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ)

Campus Cumbayá, Diego de Robles s/n, Quito 170901, Ecuador.

 

Dr Elisa Sevilla
Dr. Elisa Sevilla
Research Associate
University of East Anglia - School of Environmental Sciences
University of East Anglia (UEA) - School of Environmental Sciences

Norwich Research Park, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, UK.

We are ranked first for research impact in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences (Times Higher Education REF 2014 Subject Analysis). We influence policy at the highest levels on climate change, atmospheric and ocean science, natural resource management, and biodiversity conservation. 

Prof. Jenni Barclay
Prof. Jenni Barclay
Professor of Volcanology
J.Barclay@uea.ac.uk
University of East Anglia - School of International Development
University of East Anglia (UEA) - School of International Development

The School of International Development at UEA is a leading global centre of excellence in research and teaching in international development.

Dr. Teresa Armijos Burneo
Dr. Teresa Armijos Burneo
Lecturer in Natural Resources & International Development