I’m an argentinean biologist, with a PhD in Biology and a MS degree in GIS and Remote Sensing (RS). I’m mostly interested in GIS and RS applications for public health and environmental emergencies. In 2013, I did an internship in the former PGIS group at Fondazione Edmund Mach (Trento, Italy) and ever since then I’ve become a GRASS GIS and FOSS fan.
I mostly work with temporal modules of GRASS GIS (see for example the Temporal Data Processing Wiki and derived wikis therein). Since 2015, I do RS-GIS consultancy and teach basic and advanced GRASS GIS workshops/courses with focus on time series processing. In July 2016, I started working as a postdoc researcher in the Earth Observation Sciences Department at ITC - University of Twente (Enschede, The Netherlands).