Geophysics • Open Science • Python
A bit about me »
Brazilian geophysicist and open-sourceror living in the UK.
Researching gravity and magnetic inverse problems.
Computer-Oriented Geoscience Lab
at the University of Liverpool.
Building open-source software like
Fatiando a Terra
, and a
Python wrapper for GMT
Hiker, traveler, ukulele player, sourdough bread baker.
Two PhD studentships at the University of Liverpool
Manage project dependencies with conda environments
Websites for Earth Scientists on the academic job hunt
The Generic Mapping Tools Version 6
Gravitational field calculation in spherical coordinates using variable densities in depth
Giving software its due through community-driven review and publication
Efficient 3D large-scale forward-modeling and inversion of gravitational fields in spherical coordinates with application to lunar mascons
Machine Learning Lessons for Geophysics
Building an object-oriented Python interface for the Generic Mapping Tools
Joint Interpolation of 3-component GPS Velocities Constrained by Elasticity
Nurturing reliable and robust open-source scientific software
Coupled interpolation of three-component GPS velocities
Integrating the Generic Mapping Tools with the Scientific Python Ecosystem
A modern Python interface for the Generic Mapping Tools
Using Fatiando a Terra to solve inverse problems in geophysics
Best practices for modern open-source research codes (AGU)
Introduction to Python Workshop (UH Manoa - G&G)
Matemática Especial I
Geofísica 2: Sismologia e sísmica