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Who We Are

Cristian Solari

Cristian A. Solari is an evolutionary ecologist with a B.S. in Zoology from the U. of Florida (1993) and a Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the U. of Arizona (2005). He visited and collaborated with Raymond Goldstein’s lab, DAMTP, U. of Cambridge, and was a CONICET researcher from 2007 to 2017 at FCEN, U. de Buenos Aires, Argentina. In the meantime he worked in the private sector industry, and with two partners founded a graphic design and advertising agency (BridgerConway). He wrote several papers on the evolution of multicellularity in scientific journals such as The American Naturalist and PNAS (ResearchGate Profile). He gave it a try at writing a scifi novel (Check it at Amazon) and thought it would be great to have a social network to share species interactions. He is married with two kids.

I’m Martin, I graduated as an Electronics technician, first developing software in C for micro controllers. Then as a personal choice, I decided to left aside electronics for some time, to be able to concentrate into general software, finding a new interest in web and mobile development.

Within those years I had the opportunity to participate in multiple projects, using a bunch of platforms and technologies (such as ReactJS, React Native, NodeJS, jQuery, PHP, Python, WordPress, VueJS, MySQL, and others).

I’m a self demanding hard working autodidact, who is driven to resolve any problems that appeared in front of me, cause it enables me to improve my coding skill day by day.

I really appreciate constructive criticism, as I consider it a Fundamental base for personal growth.

Martin Rivelle
Cristian Solari

Cristian A. Solari is an evolutionary ecologist with a B.S. in Zoology from the U. of Florida (1993) and a Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the U. of Arizona (2005). He visited and collaborated with Raymond Goldstein’s lab, DAMTP, U. of Cambridge, and was a CONICET researcher from 2007 to 2017 at FCEN, U. de Buenos Aires, Argentina. In the meantime he worked in the private sector industry, and with two partners founded a graphic design and advertising agency (BridgerConway). He wrote several papers on the evolution of multicellularity in scientific journals such as The American Naturalist and PNAS (ResearchGate Profile). He gave it a try at writing a scifi novel (Check it at Amazon) and thought it would be great to have a social network to share species interactions. He is married with two kids.

Martin Rivelle

I’m Martin, I graduated as an Electronics technician, first developing software in C for micro controllers. Then as a personal choice, I decided to left aside electronics for some time, to be able to concentrate into general software, finding a new interest in web and mobile development.

Within those years I had the opportunity to participate in multiple projects, using a bunch of platforms and technologies (such as ReactJS, React Native, NodeJS, jQuery, PHP, Python, WordPress, VueJS, MySQL, and others).

I’m a self demanding hard working autodidact, who is driven to resolve any problems that appeared in front of me, cause it enables me to improve my coding skill day by day.

I really appreciate constructive criticism, as I consider it a Fundamental base for personal growth.