I am an Earth Data Scientist with 7 years of experience in data analysis (statistics, geostatistics, machine learning, deep learning, and visualization) applied to natural resources, environmental modelling and uncertainty assessment. I started my professional career as a field geologist and laboratory technician (4 years). This experience enriched my understanding of materials and their interactions with complex systems allowing me to have a more critical view when analyzing data. I have a licentiate degree in geology and a master’s degree in mining and geological engineering. At the present, I’m a PhD candidate in Earth Resources at Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal. I am also a research fellow in CERENA. I had participated in various research projects, from landslide susceptibility to plastic and ELVs recycling separation techniques.
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects | 2019
Waste Management | 2017
Using factorial experimental design to evaluate the separation of plastics by froth flotation(Article)
Waste management (New York, N.Y.) | 2017
Floristic changes of epiphytic flora in the Metropolitan Lisbon area between 1980–1981 and 2010–2011 related to urban air quality
Ecological Indicators | 2016