Physicist and PhD Student in Geophysics at CONICET. Python developer at Fatiando a Terra. Free and open-source software supporter who loves spending time outdoors.
Being a longtime GNU/Linux user and Free Software supporter, I'm also committed to contribute to open-source software projects to improve science openness and reproducibility such as Fatiando a Terra: a collection of open-source Python tools for forward and inverse modelling in geophysics. I also support open-source software in Science and open-access publications by reviewing articles on JOSS: The Journal of Open Source Software.
I love teaching and sharing my knowledge: I've taught a few different Physics courses and also Python and git tutorials. In my intention of improving my teaching skills I became a certified Carpentries instructor.
When I'm not researching, coding or teaching I like to spend time outdoors doing rock climbing, trekking and mountaineering, biking or kayaking. I consider myself an amateur photographer as well.
The sources for building my CV are available in santisoler/cv.
Phd in Geophysics
Licenciate in Physics
- March 2009 - August 2015
- Universidad Nacional de Rosario
- Advisor: Mario E. Giménez
- Thesis: Métodos Espectrales para la Determinación de la Profundidad del Punto de Curie y el Espesor Elástico de la Corteza Terrestre