Jesus-Donaldo Osornio-Hernandez

MSc

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Contact Information:
donaldo.osornio@uabc.edu.mx

Degree:
MS



About Me:

I have worked with relational and NoSQL database management systems such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLServer, MongoDB, Cassandra, Neo4J, Redis and Rasdaman. I also have experience in software development and programming languages like Java, Python, Scala, R, Matlab, C/C++, Ruby, Javascript, PHP, Bash (Linux Shell), a little of FORTRAN, AWK, among others. I am currently working at developing a data repository for integrating gridded climatic data coming from heterogeneous sources and formats such as NetCDF, HDF, binary and text. I am mainly interested in working with big data and analytics, as well as following the path of a data scientist. I consider the earth sciences area as one of the most representative when talking about big data, if not the most one. POSTER 2017 “A review of different database management systems for storing multidimensional, spatially gridded, and time variable data”. Midwest Big Data Hub 2017. Omaha, Nebraska. 2018 Munoz-Arriola et al. “Evidencing Transitions to Nonstationary using Extreme Precipitation Return Periods”. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2018 (coauthor). PRESENTATION 2016 “Importación de los datos de PISA 2012 a un manejador de bases de datos relacional”. 3er Taller de Tecnologías Emergentes en la Educación (TTEE). 8vo. Congreso Internacional en Ciencias Computacionales (CICOMP). Ensenada, Baja California. (English translation) 2016 "PISA 2012 data importation to a relational database management system". 3rd Emerging Technologies in Education Workshop (TTEE). 8th International Congress in Computational Sciences (CICOMP). Ensenada, Baja California.