Camilo Rodriguez, MSc – English
Camilo Rodríguez, MSc
Adjunct Researcher

Languages: Spanish, French, English

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Camilo is an Engineer in Biochemistry, Microbial Genetics and Food Sciences from the Institut Nacional des Sciencies Appliquées (INSA Toulouse) in Francia and has a Masters in Post-Geome Sciences from the same institution. He has worked as an academic and researcher, directing interdisciplinary research groups and projects that focus on the design of appropriate context-based technologies that focus on mitigating health and environmental effects. His work has focused in particular in the area of sensor systems and participative and cost-effective monitoring and its effective appropriation for decision making of these tools by communities.

He is currently an Adjunct Researcher at SMI-ICE-Chile, associated to the Sustainability team, with particular focus on projects of environmental participatory monitoring and sensing systems applied to environmental and community related issues in the mining industry. He is also an Associate Professor and Head of Innovation at the School of Engineering at Universidad del Desarrollo and Director of the Research Center for Technologies for Society (C+).

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