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Eric Yvorchuk


Eric Yvorchuk is a Programmer/Analyst with the Computational Support Group at the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium. His role consists of assisting in the development and maintenance of PCIC’s climate analysis tools and participating in the multi-institutional collaborative “Data Analytics for Canadian Climate Services (DACCS)” project, funded by a Canada Foundation for Innovation Cyberinfrastructure grant.

He has a B.Sc. in the Combined Physics and Computer Science program with Honours at the University of Victoria, during which he has completed co-op work terms at the Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis, Ocean Networks Canada, and PCIC.

Due to the combined nature of his educational background, Eric primarily seeks career opportunities where he can apply his computer programming experience in a natural science context. During Eric’s free time, some of his hobbies include spending quality time with his family, learning how to cook from his father, learning Spanish and German, and playing video games.

  • B.Sc. Honours Physics and Computer Science, University of Victoria