Experienced interdisciplinary researcher with skills in Python and Geo-related Data Science.
After Sussex, I moved to the Canary Islands, where I worked as a postdoc at the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias, associated with the University of La Laguna, in Tenerife. I worked on several projects there related to Earth's climate, on topics concerning albedo, remote sensing, clouds, and the effects of space weather on the atmosphere.
In 2014 I moved to Oslo, Norway, to work as a PostDoc research fellow at the University of Oslo, under Professor Frode Stordal. I participated in the ECCO project, led by Professor Dag Hessen. This was designed to project climate change impacts on boreal fresh-water ecosystems and the services that they provide.
Notably, during my PostDoc research career I contributed to the IPCC AR5 (chapter 7), and also to an EU COST Action project, TOSCA.
At the start of 2016, I relocated to London, England to work as a Research Software Engineer at University College London, as part of the RITS group. A position that bridges the gap between a researcher and a software developer.
I moved to Madrid, Spain, at the end of 2016, and will begin working for Vizzuality in January 2017.
For further details and publications, see my cv.