Webpage of the EU Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie MSCA-ITN Project LONGPOP (Methodologies and Data mining techniques for the analysis of Big Data based on Longitudinal Population and Epidemiological Registers)
Dariya Ordanovich, ESR, early-stage researcher, Marie Sklodwoska Curie, ITN, Horizon 2020, H2020, health, GIS, geo, ArcGIS, ESRI, fellowship
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Dariya Ordanovich – ESR9: Mapping Health resources in Spain.


ESRI España.


P. Lara Quesada (ESRI-España) paloma.lara@esri.es


Health resources are a key element within the EU Welfare State. There is not a detailed infrastructure that gives information to citizens on the health related facilities in Spain, an EU country with more than 60 million tourists per year with a lion’s share of them from other EU countries. For this reason ESRI Spain believes that this is an area where specific data models and geographic contents and layers could be developed with information on health related resources. This project would add value not only to the general public but benefit professionals, private entities and users as well.


The goal of this project is to create a place where anybody can search and view health data in an easy and intuitive way, through geographic information system. This place will be a web portal where all data and resources according to Health in Spain will be geographically represented in maps using Esri technology.

Esri España will provide the fellow a customized training in order to develop the knowledge and capabilities needed for the project.


9.1 Catalogue of health-related resources in Spain.
9.2 Catalogue of technical documentation and training in the area of health.
9.3 Web Portal for Health and Population in Spain. The goal is to have a comprehensive portal that includes all resources ESRI Spain offers to customers in this area.



Voigt, M., Ordanovich, D., Viciana-Fernández, F. J., Cilek, L., Cánovas, R. & Ramiro-Fariñas, D. (2019). Urban environment and mortality differentials in Spain. Population, Space and Place. 2019;e2239.


GIS specialist and data analyst. Expertise in geospatial analysis, remote sensing, mapping and data (including interactive) visualization. Born in Moscow, Russia, holding a BSc degree from the Faculty of geography, Lomonosov Moscow State University. Joint MSc degree in GIS and environmental modeling from Lund University and University of Southampton. While at Southampton, collaborated with the co-director of the Flowminder Foundation and director of the WorldPop & Vector-borne Disease Airline Importation Risk research projects, where: a) participated in a number of scientific conferences and congresses (Challenges in Malaria Research: Core science and innovation conference in Oxford; 9th Conference Louis Pasteur at the Institut Pasteur in Paris; Emerging New Researchers in the Geographies of Health and Impairment 2014 conference in Portsmouth) b) co-authored for DOI: 10.1016/S1473-3099(16)30326-7 and DOI: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0004222. Professional experience in international consulting (Oil and Gas sector, R&D department). Currently employed at ESRI Spain as technical specialist where responsible for development of a comprehensive web portal on public health and population in Spain as part of LongPop EU Horizon 2020 program. PhD candidate at Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Spanish National Research Council (Institute of Economic, Geography and Demography) investigating the problem of extreme temperatures and its effect on population health in southern Spain.

Contact: dariya.ordanovich@esri.es

Link to her profile in ResearchGate here and in Linkedin here,