Philippe Verborgh holds a PhD from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain). He has worked on ecology and demographic parameters of cetaceans in the south of Spain during 15 years. Since 2017, he was involved in different projects at the Madeira Whale Museum to answer part of EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive Descriptors on demographics of cetaceans and the ecosystem around Madeira, using photo-identification survey data to estimate abundance of bottlenose dolphins and short-finned pilot whales in Madeira. His latest projects addressed human impacts on cetaceans and management of Marine Protected Areas. Executer), a low-code/no-code platform for the definition of information systems.