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I graduated as an ecologist in Buenos Aires, Argentina, my home country. I graduate from the Master of Urban Planning Degree at the University of Michigan in 2000, and this is my second year as a doctoral student in Urban, Technological and Environmental Planning Degree. Before pursuing graduate studies, I worked as a consultant for private and public organizations, on waste management and remediation projects. I have also done some research on air pollution in the City of Buenos Aires, and on mathematical models applied to epidemiology of Tuberculosis. My research interests relate to mathematical modeling for decision-making processes, particularly applied to economic development within specific environmental contexts.
NRE 545 Population-Environment Dynamics: Towards Building a Theory