student : Ian BolligerMS, PhD

As a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellow, Ian develops tools to extract information from remote sensing imagery and climate data. He uses that information to drive improvements in forecasts of the impacts of climate change on water – both oceans and freshwater. In parallel to impact analysis work, Ian’s interests also span climate mitigation technology. He directs empower, a team developing a residential energy management system for solar homes, and was project manager for Tiny House In My Backyard, a student group that built an off-grid tiny house in 2016. Prior to ERG, Ian modeled global disease and injury trends at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) in Seattle, WA.

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