VT DSPG 2022 Projects
Student groups presented at the Virginia Tech Summer Research Symposium on July 28, 2022 and the Data Science for the Public Good virtual symposium is on August 4th.
Please click on the links below to view short trailer videos of each project.
Sensing Drought in the Sahel for Household Climate Resilience
Team members: Catherine Back (bottom left), Milind Gupta (top left), Riley Rudd (bottom right), and Poonam Tajanpure (top right)
Using Remote Sensed Data for Social and Economic Decision Making in Zimbabwe
Team members: Ruoyu Fan (bottom left), Josue Navarrete (top right), Leonard Quaye, (top left)
Illustrating Potential Opportunities for Community Schools in Loudoun County
Team members: Nandini Das (top right), Tay Osborne (top left), Amanda Ljuba (bottom right), and Chaudhry Rizwan (bottom left)
Assessing Livelihood Diversification in Sundarbans, India using High-Frequency Data
Team members: Taj Cole (top left), Siddarth Ravikanti (top right), Samantha Rippley (bottom left), and Nandini Das (bottom right)
Agricultural Land Use Change in Powhatan and Goochland County
Team members: Nazmul Huda (top right), Rachel Inman (top middle), John Malia (bottom left), Christopher Vest (top left), and Yuanyuan Wen (bottom right)
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This work is supported by the Data Analytics in Agriculture, Community, and Rural Economics (DATA-ACRE) program, grant no. 2022-67037-36639 / project accession no. 2021-10424, from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
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