Alejandro Coca-Castro

Research Fellow, The Alan Turing Institute

Alejandro (he/him) is a Research Fellow of the Data Science for Science and Humanities and Honorary Member of the Tools, Practices and Systems programmes at The Alan Turing Institute. He holds a PhD in Physical Geography with a MSc. in Environmental Monitoring, Modelling and Management at King’s College London. He has 11+ years of experience in applied artificial intelligence and data science for Earth Systems, Agricultural and Environmental sciences. He has contributed to a wide variety of international institutions in the public, research and industry sectors developing pipelines and tools to process and analyse data (spatial and non-spatial) for decision making.

When he is not too busy doing geeky things, Alejandro enjoys reading sci-fi books, cycling and coffee tasting.

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