News and Events
- Policy Forum by Leysia Palen and Kenneth Anderson in Science (July 15, 2016): Crisis informatics—New data for extraordinary times.
- Presentation by Jennings Anderson (May 2016): Far Far Away in Far Rockaway: Responses to Risks and Impacts during Hurricane Sandy through First-Person Social Media Narratives. 13th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
- Presentation by Kate Fossell (April 2016): Storm Surge Predictability. American Meteorological Society, 32nd on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, San Juan, PR.
- Presentation by Rebecca Morss (April 2016): Improving Communication of Hurricane and Storm Surge Risks in the Modern Information Environment. American Meteorological Society, 32nd on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, San Juan, PR.
- Presentation by Rebecca Morss (January 2016): Communicating Hurricane and Storm Surge Risks in the Modern Information Environment. Annual American Meteorological Society Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
- Presentation by Julie Demuth (December 2015): Understanding Dynamic Communication, Risk Perception, and Decisions During Hurricane Sandy Through Analysis of Twitter Data. Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA.
- Presentation by Marina Kogan (August 2015): Why Data Science Needs to Attend to Contextual Behavior: The Case of Crisis Informatics. NSF Data Science Workshop, Seattle, WA.
- Poster presentation by Jennings Anderson (August 2015): Data by Humans, for Humanitarian Needs. NSF Data Science Workshop, Seattle, WA.
- ASU news (August 2015): Improved hurricane models could save lives, money.
- Video by Chris Bopp (June 2015): Image Sharing in Disasters
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