Here you can find a non-exhaustive list of projects that I pursue on my own. Feel free to reach out if you’re interested in any of them.
I created and developed the Python Tool for Micrometeorological Analyses: Pymicra. This is an open-source project hosted on github that you can use of and contribute to.
I started a quick physical oceanography cheat sheet at gitlab that lists and explains some useful equations, relations, etc. in a very brief manner. I created it mainly for personal use and it’s still a work in progress that I populate as I need, but contributors are welcome.
I am also interested in communicating science in general. Below is a video that I created along with TED-Ed:
My other side projects can also be accessed using my Github page. Most are for personal use but they are all open-source and anyone can use them if they wish to.