M.Sc Ahuvit Trumper
Freie Universität Berlin
Human - Environment Geography
Room K 062
I am passionate about data analysis for practical issues related to the environment and giving spatial attributes to things. Currently, my doctoral research focuses on studying the triple frontier of the Alto Paraná Atlantic Forest, between Argentina, Paraguay, and Brazil. Filling information gaps, developing indicators of sustainable development, and understanding the trade-offs and synergies between the land systems.
I studied in Chile a Bachelor in Natural Resources Engineering, where I fell in love with remote sensing, GIS, and all the practical applications related to geographic data processing. Then I worked in a precision agriculture company, and for the last years, I did a Master in Environmental Planning at the Technische Universität Berlin, where I also worked as a tutor and research assistant.