Saulo Jacques has a Ph.D. in ecosystem ecology with experimental research testing the effect of climate changes on the microbial community diversity and metabolism, as a member of the Aquatic Ecology Lab of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and the Bromeliad Working Group of the University of British Columbia. He is the co-founder and the coordinator of the research and development of Hacking Ecology, expert advisor at the Open Hardware Maker program and visiting member of the Edge & Fog Research Group at the University of Zimbabwe. His experiences include IoT technologies, Blockchain-based systems, and environmental data research.
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Some of the activities I've been developing in the last years