Of the Cos4Cloud members participate in co-design and testing activities
Of the Cos4Cloud members participate in co-design activities
Of the Cos4Cloud members participate in testing activities
The Cos4Cloud community is interdisciplinary and diverse. Some of our members are scientists, naturalists, managers of a citizen observatory, data scientists, developers, designers, coders, makers, general public, among other profiles. Get to know some of them!
Web Developer at open science for open societies – os4os
Assistant professor at Tomas Bata University in Zlin, researcher at Czech Academy of Sciences
Passionate geographer, citizen science enthusiast, open source advocate
Director at Web2Learn
Open and social learning approaches to civic engagement in science
Environmental Engineer with a Master degree in Air Quality
Data analyst at Science for Change
He is a chemist (University of Zaragoza), he is specialised in environmental issues (master’s degree in Environmental Engineering and Energy Sustainability at the Universitat Rovira I Virgili). Miguel collaborates in the D-NOSES project contributing to the development and improvement of the OdourCollect app. With his experience, passion and energy, he is part of the Science for Change team.
Enrique Castro Sánchez
Associate Professor in Infection Prevention at University of West London
Enrique Castro-Sánchez is an Associate Professor in Infection Prevention at University of West London; and Honorary Lecturer at the HPRU in Healthcare-Associated Infection and Antimicrobial Resistance at Imperial College London.
He has a PhD in Nursing by University of Alicante (Spain), and MSc in Public Health by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Enrique is a Florence Nightingale Foundation Scholar, associate editor of BMC Public Health, BMC Health Services Research, and JAC-AMR journals.
Reseacher & Freelancer
Lina Sitz has a PhD in Physics and worked in Earth System Physics for ten years studying ocean’s dynamics and its effects on the climate and the environment. Her current research interests include open science, citizen science, research support services, and data management.
She currently works as a freelancer and since 2021 is bringing assistance with the archival of data and code for the figures from all the Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC) WGI Sixth Assessment Report components (i.e., 13 chapters, the Summary for the Policymakers and Technical Summary), applying the best recommendations for services in a FAIR Data ecosystem.