My basic training is Environmental Engineering (2004) and my postgraduate degrees (2007 and 2012) have been oriented to groundwater hydrology, with an emphasis on numerical modeling. I am a phD in engineering from the Universidad Nacional del Litoral. I am currently working on the dynamic modeling of infectious diseases associated with hydroclimatic variables, in the context of climate and global change. As analysis tools, I handle geostatistical techniques, remote sensing, geographic information systems, hydrochemical applications of numerical simulation, modeling, among others. I have expertise in the management of commercial codes and in the development of own numerical codes in fortran and phyton languages. I use field equipment for in-situ measurements of different parameters, and in the laboratory I determine physical and chemical properties of water and soils, as a complement to the modeling tasks.
Apply models to public health
Public health application of models
Public health policy/interventions
Spatial transmission patterns
Neglected tropical diseases
Gómez AA, López MS, Müller GV, López LR, Sione W, Giovanini L. (2022). Modeling of leptospirosis outbreaks in relation to hydroclimatic variables in the northeast of Argentina. Heliyon, 8(6)
López MS, Jordan DI, Blatter E, Walker E, Gómez AA, Müller GV, Mendicino D, Robert MA, Estallo EL. (2021). Dengue emergence in the temperate Argentinian province of Santa Fe, 2009-2020. Scientific data, 8(1)