Hacking Communications Solutions following Natural Disasters

Hacking Communications Solutions following Natural Disasters

Freshwater Initiative student Jimmy Phuong is a UW School of Medicine PhD Candidate in Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education studying computationally intensive, data-driven knowledge discovery in health research.  He is currently facilitating the collection of spatio-temporal, socio-demographic data in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. In June 2018, he had the opportunity to participate in Meshing with Data, a 43-hour hackathon which brought together computer scientists, software engineers, and other scientists to innovate solutions to communications problems following natural disasters.  
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Postdoctoral Opportunity: Quantitative Ecology

Postdoctoral Opportunity: Quantitative Ecology

Dr. Steve Katz and Dr. Stephanie Hampton of Washington State University are seeking a postdoctoral associate for collaboration in freshwater research, with a general emphasis on highly quantitative approaches to understanding ecology and system stability, but with specific topics to be defined primarily by the successful candidate.
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