Bruno Sánchez-Andrade Nuño, PhD has more than 15 years of experience as a scientist working on climate change and socioeconomic issues, within the public sector (World Bank); the private sector (Microsoft Director, Mapbox Chief Scientist), NGOs (Director of S&T at climate change NGO “Gain”); and academia (Ph.D. astrophysics, rocket science postdoc with NRL/JAXA/NASA).
Most recently Bruno set the strategy, built the team and led Microsoft’s “Planetary Computer”, the largest open scalable geospatial platform. Bruno previosly led Big Data at the World Bank Innovation Labs, served as VP Social Impact at the satellite company Satellogic and Chief Scientist at Mapbox. Bruno also wrote the book Impact Science (also on Amazon) about the role of scienc for social and environmental Impact. Bruno was awarded Mirzayan Science Policy Fellow of the US National Academies of Science and Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.
Bruno offers consulting services via Impact Science.
From Asturias (Spain), currently living in Copenhaguen with his wife and son.