Teaching: University of Reading, London School of Economics, and University of Manchester.
Work in artificial intelligence as ontological engineer for Cycorp.
I'm applying for funded M.A., Ph.D., Post-Doc positions working with me in the near future in the region of Hauts-de-France and the Santiago River Basin in Mexico, and anyone interested should send me their C.V.
More specifically, the projects concern the only new-generation evaluation technique (my institutional compass) for the regional suitability for industry.
In the Hauts-de-France region, we are interested in a more circular economy within industry, i.e., using "waste" to make something useful such as a bio-plastic or aromatics. The project is called PlastiLoop2.0, and is partly financed by SOLVAY.
In the Santiago River basin, the project is to restore it. It is the most polluted river in Mexico. In the Basin area we have indigenous peoples, traditional farmers, cites, retirement communities, agro-business (agriculture for export), machiados and chemical industry. The compass I have developed will be used to coordinate the efforts of scientists in conjunction with the values of the local peasants and indigenous people to align industry towards strong sustainability and the values of the local community (who cannot just move away to a "better place" when the river and soil are too polluted). Students who want to work in this area are encouraged to get in touch with me.