PhD Candidate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
As an atmospheric chemistry PhD candidate at MIT, David develops and deploys distributed networks of low-cost sensors to enhance our understanding of air pollution – including how it forms and transforms in the atmosphere. He holds bachelors degrees in Chemical Physics and Chemical Engineering from Hendrix College and Washington University in St. Louis.
Hear from leading product builders who are leveraging connectivity and sensors to capture data from the environment. From IoT-powered surf fins to measure ocean movement to utilizing air quality data around volcanoes to protect communities to building a new generation of innovative cooking for emerging countries – there is no shortage of inspiration in this […]