Nicolás Baráibar is an Agricultural Engineer with agricultural-livestock orientation from the College of Agronomy in the University of the Republic, Uruguay (2008-2013). In 2019, he obtained a Master's degree in Agro-environmental Technology for Sustainable Agriculture at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, where his Master's work focused on “Alternatives for climate change adaptation and mitigation in dairy farming in Spain”. He is currently finishing his final project for the Professional Master's Degree in Data Science at the Technological University of Uruguay, in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Since July 2021, Nicolás has been working as a Sectorial Technician at the National Institute for Agricultural Research (INIA) in Uruguay. In this position, he has led the supervision and coordination of several projects financed by the Fund for the Promotion of Agricultural Technologies (FPTA), focused on reducing technological gaps and improving pasture management. In addition, he leads projects related to the development of decision support systems for pastoral systems in Uruguay, maintaining a close relationship with producers.


With the support of
Fondo Coreano de Alianza para el Conocimiento en Tecnología e Innovación (KPK)