Mauricio joined the Telethon Kids Institute in November 2020, where he is part of the Malaria Atlas Project’s (MAP) Data Engineering team. His focus is on building geospatial solutions using high-performance computing technologies for the purpose of addressing epidemiological research with applications in Malaria, and more recently COVID-19.
Before joining MAP he worked at DUG technology, developing tools to monitor and improve managing the HPC cluster. Prior to that, he worked at Fugro RailData developing software that processes raw 3D laser and GNSS/INS data into various products. He obtained his MSc in Sustainable Energy Technology from the Eindhoven University of Technology and BSc in Physics and Astronomy from Utrecht University.