This site is dormant; there’s not anything particularly interesting here.
But in case you’re wondering, I am Antonis Christofides.
In the last 25 years I’ve written software to streamline the management of hydro/meteorological measurements; to make time series visualization and processing easy; to provide irrigation advice; and much more. I have been working with automatic meteorological stations since 1992; I’ve occasionally written programs to interface directly with meteorological loggers; I’ve dug out dusty old handwritten weather observations and keyed them in myself; I have created various web sites and web-accessible databases; I’ve administrated servers, including email and network, and high-availability databases with automatic failover; I’ve written a book about Django deployment.
In research, I’ve worked on water-related decision making when there are conflicting objectives; on evaluation of climate models; on causation and determinism in hydrology and the climate; and more.
My opinion on climate change is that there is no evidence that it is man-made.
For more information about me you might want to check my LinkedIn page.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.