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Angel Santiago Fernandez-Bou, PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher & Lecturer 

Angel S. Fernandez-Bou works on multidisciplinary projects to preserve resources and habitat for society and nature. His focus is on finding solutions for Biosystems challenges that require combinations of Engineering, Environmental, and Socioeconomic approaches. His current research on Water Systems multi-benefit scenarios to fulfill the water needs.

He also works to democratize scientific knowledge by developing low-cost devices for environmental monitoring. He has experience in teaching higher education courses about Engineering Economic Analysis, Hydrology and Subsurface Hydrology, and Capstone Engineering Design. Angel S. is the president of the educational nonprofit organization 4 Venir, and he has coordinated tens of outreach programs to teach science and engineering topics to children in the Central Valley since 2016. He also collaborates with the Union of Concerned Scientists and other nonprofit organizations. 

Angel S. trilingual in English, Portuguese, and Spanish, holding a PhD in Environmental Systems from the University of California, Merced, a MSc in Biosystems Engineering and Water Resources from the Fluminense Federal University (Brazil), and a BEng in Agricultural Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid (Spain). 

Angel S.’s Work