Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, National Engineering University, Lima, Peru, 1970. Master of Science in Civil Engineering, Stanford University, 1972. Diploma hydrological engineer, Institute Institute Hydraulic Engineer, Delft, Netherlands, 1973.
Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell University, 1990.
Engineer rural water supply, Ministry of Health, Tarapoto, Peru, 1971;
head planning Olmos project, Ministry of Agriculture, Lima, 1973-1976;
water resources systems engineer, Puyango-Tumbes International Consortium, Peru, Ecuador, 1976-1978;
head systems and hydrology, Consultores y Asesores Association, Lima, 1978-1985;
technical manager, Consultores y Asesores Association, Lima, 1983-1985;
technical assistant expert department development support and management services, United Nations, Sana'a, Yemen, 1990-1992;
technical assistant expert department development support and management services, United Nations, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1993-1995;
programme specialist division water science, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Paris, since 1996. Partner, director Consultores y Asesores Association Lima, 1978-1986. Visiting professor National Agrarian U., Lima, 1980-1983.
Adviser Peruvian Electricity Master Plan, Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit Electroperu, Lima, 1985-1986. Research assistant Cornell Univercity, Ithaca, New York, 1986-1989.
Member American Society Civil Engineers, American Geophysical Union, American Institute Hydrology.
Married Alicia Lalinde Tejada, March 26, 1984. Children: Paola Andrea, Andres Alberto, Nicole Alexandra.