Eduardo obtained his bachelor's degree in Anthropology in 2004 at the Universidad Central de Venezuela. In 2009 he got a Master in Anthropology at the Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas and in 2011 a Master in GIS and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology at the University College London. He got his doctoral degree at Leiden University in 2018 where he developed a research focus on the study of indigenous landscape transformation as a consequence of the arrival of Europeans to the Caribbean in 1492. This research was followed by a postdoctoral position until 2019.
He is currently working as a Scientific Coordinator at the Lorentz Center. As a scientific coordinator, he interacts with scientific organisers and advisory boards to develop the workshop programme in the fields of Computational Sciences, Informatics and Mathematics.
The Lorentz Center is a workshop centre that hosts international mono- and multi-disciplinary workshops in all scientific disciplines. Our workshops, more than 80 per year, are characterised by an open and interactive atmosphere and their high scientific quality.
For more information, visit the Lorentz Center website for more information and contact Eduardo if you are interested in organising a workshop with us!