Jaime Reguero is a young computer scientist and mathematician from Spain, with a Master's degree on artificial intelligence. He has international experience on quality analysis of financial datasets, and renewable energies production modelling. His participation at GENI involves research of energy datasets, and data visualizations development. ... Read more about Jaime Reguero
Maxime Stephan Zondlowski is a volunteer at the Global Energy Network Institute (GENI). He is an experienced multilingual professional with a strong international background. During his career, he developed strong core skills in data modeling and quantitative research analysis using a broad array of mathematical and statistical methodologies both in academia, where as a Physicist he developed cryogenic micro detectors designed for high energy resolution spectroscopy, but also in various private sectors including Software, Financial Services, and Biotechnology. ... Read more about Maxime Zondlowski
NAIROBI, April 29 (Xinhua) -- Microsoft Research and the UN Environment Program (UNEP) on Tuesday launched open source technology that allows scientists to simulate how all organisms on earth interact in a changing environment.
And the number of mobile-broadband subscriptions will reach 2.3 billion globally, new figures released by International Telecomuumications Union (ITU) Monday show. Fifityfive percent of these subscriptions are expected to be in the developing world.
DAKAR, 16 August 2013 (IRIN) - Mobile phone, geographic information systems (GIS), Twitter and other technologies are increasingly being used to warn communities of potential crises and inform them how to prepare, and to help governments and aid agencies predict how emergencies may unfold.
IRIN looks at some of the ways these innovations are transforming early warning and preparedness.