Staff photo Daniel Prato

Postdoctoral Associate, CLI

Daniel is senior reseacher at CLI, with major interest in generating competitiveness and development in emerging countries taking advantage of the large amount of data available, technological platforms and the use of models to predict real-world phenomena, for decision-making, technical support and generation of public policies that guarantee efficiency in operations, management of resources and facilitate the design of strategies to improve mobility in megacities.

Daniel is an Environmental Engineer from the EAN University, with a Master's degree in Automotive Engineering and a PhD in Engineering Sciences from Monterrey Tech. With experience in the use of tools to understand the physics behind the dispersion of pollutants in order to propose alternatives to reduce the risks of impact on human health and in the technical support for decision making processes in applications such as mobility and transport in megacities and environmental impact of vehicular emissions.