More than 4 years of experience analyzing data from urban environments, and +3 years analyzing texts from social networks, in which I have applied machine learning technologies, natural language processing, open data, and statistics trying to detect problems in cities and transport infrastructures.
I am an enthusiast in the application of new technologies to identify and solve problems in society. This type of project allows me to improve my communication and data visualization skills, something essential when multiple areas of knowledge converge, and to acquire a global vision of the problems that exist in large cities and transport infrastructures. During my career, I have worked in an international environment on projects in France and the UK, as well as been trained in entrepreneurship, technology transfer, and innovation management in several European cities within the framework of the EIT Digital Doctoral School.
Over the past three months we have suffered the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the blink of an eye, all aspects of our lives have changed, the majority of the European population has suffered from severe lockdowns, where people were not allowed to move freely around cities except for essential activities such as going to work and going to the supermarkets.
Some years ago I discovered the OpenSky-Networks initiative . This association, created from the academia, managed to bring together a diverse group of collaborators from private and public sector to improve the security, reliability and efficiency of the air space usage by providing open access of real-world air traffic control data to the public.