Program, 2022


Below is an example of the schedule from last year's TWEEDS.

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 Gemma Dipoppa
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

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