Angel holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Miami. He has over thirty-years of experience developing computer and software systems in a scientific research environment. Angel has an extensive portfolio in developing enterprise web-based solutions and was a major contributor to the architectural prototype, design and functionality for the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School web presence. During his tenure at the University of Miami as Senior Systems Analyst, Angel constantly researched the latest innovations and cutting-edge technologies and concepts to better develop web pages to promote ease of use by diverse audiences in an academic and scientific environment.
Angel supports the National Climate Assessment as a Senior Web Developer. He is responsible for leading the design, programming, developing and implementing Drupal and Wordpress CMS websites and applications ensuring websites are compliant with recognized standards, user friendly to diverse audiences, and utilizing industry best practices.
Angel joined NCICS in December, 2012.
Kunkel, K. E., D. R. Easterling, T. R. Karl, J. C. Biard, S. M. Champion, B. E. Gleason, K. M. Johnson, A. Li, S. Stegall, L. E. Stevens, S. E. Stevens, M. Squires, L. Sun, and X. Yin, 2020: Incorporation of the Effects of Future Anthropogenically Forced Climate Change in Intensity-Duration-Frequency Design Values: Final Report. North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies, North Carolina State University, 104 pp.