I teach geophysics.
I research gravimetry and inverse problems.
Learning should be active.
Software should be free.
Science should be open.
GMT and open-source at #AGU17 and a GMT/Python online demo
GMT/Python update and feedback from Scipy 2017
Reviews of our Scipy 2017 talk proposal: Bringing the Generic Mapping Tools to Python
Thoughts from the Introduction to Python Workshop at UH Manoa
Step-by-step NMO correction
Fast non-linear gravity inversion in spherical coordinates with application to the South American Moho
Tesseroids: forward modeling gravitational fields in spherical coordinates
How two gravity-gradient inversion methods can be used to reveal different geologic features of ore deposit — A case study from the Quadrilátero Ferrífero (Brazil)
Introduction to Python Workshop (UH Manoa - G&G)
Geofísica 2: Sismologia e sísmica
Matemática Especial I
Python para Geólogos (SAGEO - UERJ)
Nurturing reliable and robust open-source scientific software
Bringing the Generic Mapping Tools to Python
Inverting gravity to map the Moho: A new method and the open source software that made it possible
Fatiando a Terra: construindo uma base para ensino e pesquisa de geofísica
A modern Python interface for the Generic Mapping Tools
Using Fatiando a Terra to solve inverse problems in geophysics
3D gravity gradient inversion by planting density anomalies
Optimal forward calculation method of the Marussi tensor due to a geologic structure at GOCE height
Fatiando a Terra: modeling and inversion for geophysics
Tesseroids: gravity forward modeling in spherical coordinates
GMT/Python: A Python interface for the Generic Mapping Tools