Research Scientist, University of Washington
Emilio is a research scientist at the Applied Physics Laboratory. He received his Ph.D. in Chemical Oceanography from the University of Washington and initially focused on carbon and nutrient biogeochemistry on large rivers, including at the scale of the whole world via numerical models. These days, he is an environmental data scientist working on the development and implementation of systems for the management and open dissemination of environmental data in marine and terrestrial applications. This work emphasizes collaborative, open-source approaches and tools. He didn’t see snow until he was 19.