He has a degree in Geology from the National University of La Plata (UNLP), and is a PhD student in Geological Sciences at the University of Buenos Aires. He has 15 years of experience in structural mapping and stratigraphic surveys in the Sub-Andean System of Bolivia and Northwest Argentina as a high velocity compressional system, surveys in which multiple tools have been applied for the evolutionary analysis and quantitative characterization of variables inherent to the analysis of basins, structural characterization and modeling of petroleum systems (Geochronology, Thermochronology, Paleomagnetism, among others), including sampling, analysis and interpretation. He has, a solid background in high resolution sequence stratigraphy having participated as instructor of the High Frequency Sequence Stratigraphy Field Course in Microbial Carbonates of the Yacoraite Formation (Balbuena Sequence, Salta, Argentina), as stratigraphic analogue of the Pre-Salt reservoir of the Brazilian Offshore, summing up more than 25 editions and more than 400 professionals trained since 2010. Since 2015 he has been working as director of the Productive Technological Center R&D LA.TE. ANDES, a private-public joint venture (GEOMAP-CONICET), dedicated to the development of thermochronological - geochronological analysis, and the development of strategic projects of technological linkage. Since 2022, he develops his activities in LA.TE. ANDES as General Technical Coordinator. He has more than 35 publications in national and international geosciences journals and congresses.
Knowledge inevitably leads to the reduction of the uncertainty of a geological system and its spatio-temporal variables, and therefore contributes to adding value in projects and assets of economic-strategic interest. The development and application of technology in innovative solutions for the analysis of fertility in a magmatic-hydrothermal system from punctual mineral chemistry, as well as the use of imported techniques such as 2D reflection seismic for the analysis of salt flats clastic-evaporitic infill and its spatial distribution trough time, have something in common, both approaches increase knowledge, and therefore reduce risk. GEOMAP is a technology-based company in energy and applied science that, thanks to its 30 years of experience serving the oil industry, is a benchmark in South America providing value to companies in the sector, minimizing risks and optimizing their investments through geological exploration and development services. Currently, it is diversifying and expanding its services to the mining industry by reconverting and enhancing its expertise and know-how in the exploration of continental brines with lithium and incorporating new technologies in the different stages of exploration for gold, silver, copper, among others.