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Daniela Ballari

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    Daniela Ballari was born in Colonia Bossi, a small village in the countryside of Santa Fe Province (Argentina). She obtained the diploma of Land Surveyor from the National University of Córdoba. While a student, she was appointed as assistant lecturer of Topography in the National University of Córdoba. From 2005 to 2009, she worked as a research assistant in the Technical University of Madrid (Spain). Her work was in collaboration with Spanish public institutions such as the National Geographic Institute, regarding: Spatial Data Infrastructures, standardisation, geo-information metadata and web mapping. She also was a guest lecturer in diverse countries such as Argentina, Spain, Ecuador, Cuba and Panama. During her stay in Madrid, she obtained the Diploma of Advanced Studies and started her PhD. In 2009, she moved to Wageningen (The Netherlands) to continue her PhD at the Centre for Geo-information and Remote Sensing of Wageningen University. Her research explored approaches for sensor mobility within a mobile sensor network to improve environmental monitoring. After her PhD in 2012, she worked at Galapagos' National Park (Ecuador)producing cartography supporting the development of the management plan. Currently, she is appointed at Cuenca University (Ecuador) where she researches about new tendencies in spatial data infrastructures as well as applying geostatistic and spatial analysis for environmental monitoring in the Andean highlands.

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    • La GeoWeb y su evolucion: Un marco de analisis en tres dimensiones

      • Orellana D
      • Ballari D
    • Medidas para impulsar la utilizacion del Nucleo Español de Metadatos (NEM)

      • Ballari D
      • Maganto A
      • Nogueras-Iso J
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