Gabriel Ehrlich is an environmental software developer with 6 years of experience specializing in environmental data visualization. Gabriel chose to study physics to learn generally applicable technical skills, with the goal of contributing to the development of technology for better management of the Earth’s air, water, and wildlife. Gabriel’s experience developing physics research software for computational models and experiments offers fluency with quantitative models, large datasets, and data visualization, including viewing and interacting with data being collected in real time. As a STEM education designer/researcher, Gabriel learned to listen to users and collaborators to optimize data interfaces for human learning. Gabriel is excited to be applying these skills to environmental data.
Gabriel earned a Master of Science in Physics from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and a Bachelor of Science in Physics with distinction from Stanford University. Gabriel lives along California’s San Francisco/Sacramento corridor and enjoys hiking the state’s watersheds, from the foggy coastal redwood forests to the subalpine meadows of the Sierra Nevada.