Camilo Rodríguez-Beltrán is a scientist, engineer and art collaborator. He is currently an academic and Head of innovation and Technology Exploration at the School of Engineering at Universidad del Desarrollo. He leads a research group that is currently working on the development of low-cost tools for sensing, and the platforms for data collection and analysis, in order to describe environmental and health systems dynamics, such as air and water pollution and viral-based epidemics. The approach involves working with communities for the effective implementation and interpretation of data. This approach has been recently applied to geophysical observation and social environmental conflicts. He is also founder of basque urban art gallery GKo, of Taleo Initiative think tank and of air exposure reporting company HIRI. His interdisciplinary approach has been recognized by the international organization TED, naming him TED Fellow (2010), and senior TED Fellow (2014).