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Santiago Soler

About me

Physicist and PhD in Geophysics. I research forward and inverse gravity models and develop open-source code at Fatiando a Terra

Projects

Fatiando a Terra

Open-source tools for geophysics.
A collection of open-source Python packages for processing data, forward and inverse modelling, interpolation, and more.

SimPEG

Simulation and Parameter Estimation in Geophysics.
An open source Python package for inverting geophysical data and perform parameter estimation.

Publications

Fatiando a Terra: a journey into open-source software for Geophysics

Santiago R. Soler (2023)

EGU Geodynamics Blog

Gradient-boosted equivalent sources

Santiago R. Soler and Leonardo Uieda (2021)

Geophysical Journal International

Pooch: A friend to fetch your data files

Leonardo Uieda, Santiago R. Soler, Rémi Rampin, Hugo van Kemenade, Matthew Turk, Daniel Shapero, Anderson Banihirwe and John Leeman (2020)

Journal of Open Source Software

Gravitational field calculation in spherical coordinates using variable densities in depth

Santiago R. Soler, Agustina Pesce, Mario E. Giménez and Leonardo Uieda (2019)

Geophysical Journal International

Transient plate contraction between two simultaneous slab windows: Insights from Paleogene tectonics of the Patagonian Andes

Guido M. Gianni, Agustina Pesce and Santiago R. Soler (2018)

Journal of Geodynamics

Presentations

Tutorial: Introduction to SimPEG at Agrogeo24

Devin Cowan, Santiago R. Soler and Lindsey Heagy (2024)

Presented at Agrogeo24

Organized by Agrogeophysics Organizing Committee

Processing potential field data with Fatiando a Terra

Santiago R. Soler, Lu Li and Lindsey Heagy (2023)

Presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2023

Organized by American Geophysical Union

Fatiando a Terra: software libre para geofísica

Santiago R. Soler (2023)

Organized by IGeBA, Universidad Buenos Aires

Pooch: a friend to fetch your data files

Santiago R. Soler (2023)

Organized by PyCascades

Fatiando a Terra: Open-source tools for geophysics

Santiago R. Soler and Lindsey Heagy (2023)

Organized by Canadian Exploration Geophysical Society (KEGS)

Presentation at UBC-GIF Open House 2022

Santiago R. Soler (2022)

Organized by Geophysical Inversion Facility, EOAS, UBC

Fatiando a Terra: Open-source tools for geophysics

Santiago R. Soler (2022)

Organized by Geophysical Inversion Facility, EOAS, UBC

Empowering science with open-source software

Santiago R. Soler (2022)

Organized by Instituto de Astronomia, Geofísica e Ciências Atmosféricas, USP

Fatiando a Terra: Open-source tools for geophysics

Leonardo Uieda, Santiago R. Soler and Agustina Pesce (2021)

Organized by Geophysical Society of Houston

Gradient-boosted equivalent sources for gridding large gravity and magnetic datasets

Santiago R. Soler and Leonardo Uieda (2021)

Presented at EGU21 General Assembly

Organized by European Geoscience Union

Tutorial: Processing gravity and magnetic data with Harmonica

Santiago R. Soler, Andrea Balza Morales and Agustina Pesce (2021)

Presented at Transform21

Organized by Software Underground

Herramientas Computacionales para Geociencias

Santiago R. Soler (2020)

Organized by SEG Student Chapter of Universidad del Sur

Introducción a Git

Santiago R. Soler (2020)

Organized by Geolatinas Coding Group

A better strategy for interpolating gravity and magnetic data

Santiago R. Soler and Leonardo Uieda (2020)

Presented at EGU General Assembly 2020

Experiencias en el desarrollo de Fatiando a Terra

Santiago R. Soler (2019)

Presented at Taller Argentino de Computación Científica

Gravitational field of tesseroids with variable density

Santiago R. Soler, Agustina Pesce, Mario E. Giménez and Leonardo Uieda (2019)

Presented at LAPIS2019

Teaching

Introducción a Python para Científicxs

Santiago R. Soler (2020)

Universidad Nacional de San Juan

Mecánica Estadística

Santiago R. Soler (2018)

Facultad de Ciencias Exáctas, Físicas y Naturales, UNSJ

Taller Introductorio a LaTeX

Santiago R. Soler and Agustina Pesce (2017)

Facultad de Ciencias Exáctas, Físicas y Naturales, UNSJ

Communities

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