Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe

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Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe (born 1942) is a Venezuelan-American hydrologist. He currently serves as the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor at Princeton University.

Rodriguez-Iturbe was born in Venezuela and has taught at many universities including University of Zulia, MIT, Texas A&M, University of Iowa (in Iowa city) and taught for 20 years at the Simon Bolivar University.

He is a member of the US National Committee for the International Institute for Applied System Analysis since 2004. In 2008, he received a special recognition from the World Cultural Council.[1]

He believes in evolutionary theory and global warming. He rejects intelligent design on a purely scientific basis.

He graduated at University of Zulia as Civil Engineer and did graduates studies at Caltech and got his PhD at Colorado State University in 1967.

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