We can't wait to host TWEEDS in Eugene, Oregon this year!

All talks will be in Room 282 of the Lillis Business Complex.

We will serve breakfast and lunch both days in the first-floor atrium of the Lillis Business Complex.

Final schedule. All times are Pacific.

Friday, 07 October 2022

08:30am Welcome, coffee, and social (Lillis atrium)
09:00am Christoph Nolte
Characterizing and calibrating uncertainties in the estimation of parcel-level land values and conservation cost
09:20am Jonathan Proctor
Parameter recovery using remotely sensed variables:
Problems and solutions
09:40am Hikari Murayama
Mass production of global-scale maps using satellite imagery and machine learning
10:00am Coffee/tea break
10:30am Saad Gulzar
Fires: Political economy and health impacts of
crop stubble burning in South Asia
10:50am Santiago Saavedra
The response of illegal mining to revealing its existence
11:10am Hannah Druckenmiller
Can removing development subsidies promote adaptation?
The Coastal Barrier Resources Act as a natural experiment
11:30am Lunch (Lillis atrium)
01:00pm Keynote: Paulina Oliva
Environmental exposure and human behavior
02:00pm Coffee/tea break
02:30pm Jeongkyung Won
Disaster damage assessment via machine learning
02:50pm Anna Papp
Pollution, plastics, and the global trade in garbage
03:10pm Angela Fletcher and Laura Villegas Ortiz
Mapping urban heat mitigation effects
on human health due to tree canopy cover
03:30pm Coffee/tea break
04:00pm Lightning talks, vol. 1 (8 x 5 min)
04:45pm Break and transit
06:00pm Dinner, drinks, party at Ninkasi Brewing's Better Living Room
10:00pm Night on the town (or go to bed)

Saturday, 08 October 2022

08:30am Welcome back, coffee, and social (Lillis atrium)
09:30am Morgan Levy
Mapping groundwater level change using surface displacement and machine learning in California's Central Valley
09:50am Anna Boser
Machine learning and remote sensing elucidate an 80% water savings potential in California agriculture
10:10am Simon Greenhill
What does the Clean Water Act regulate?
10:30am Short coffee/tea break
10:45am Lightning talks, vol. 2 (6 x 5 min)
11:30am Lunch (Lillis atrium)
01:00pm Joshua Fan
Real-time crop yield forecasting with spatio-temporal deep learning
01:20pm Kathy Baylis
The effect of food price volatility on child stunting in Sub-Saharan Africa
01:40pm Victoria Sogomo
Predicting maize yields at large scale using remote sensing
02:00pm Coffee/tea break
02:30pm Lightning talks, vol. 3 (6 x 5 min)
03:15pm The end. ❤️

Programs from previous iterations: 2019 | 2020

Please contact with any additional questions.