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Interested in building appropriate sensors for the worlds major waterways. Experimenting around re-using truck tarp and plastic bottles to build hulls for water monitoring stations that can be inhabited and built upstream and navigated downstream while collecting measurements, with solar and small electric engines for navigation. The idea is to have this be a platform for both the use of water measurement as well as lab space for the development of new methods once the journey is over and the waterway reaches the sea/lake/bay.

My day job right now is wrapping up a PhD in Machine Learning, currently I mostly work with applications around healthcare and community sovereignty. Academically I am: https://scholar.google.de/citations?user=_2Z3DcoAAAAJ&hl=en



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watercraft from reused and recycled components

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"@liz , I had not heard of it before, that is so awesome! The design continues to evolve, and I picked up a few lesson from reading about the neutri..." | Read more » 6 months ago
"A small note on the MDF: we have used it in combination with the tarp for a shed in our garden for about two years and it is holding up rather well..." | Read more » 12 months ago
"Hi @bronwen. Thanks for the helpful comment. We are currently building the first one in Berlin, with the goal of learning and providing some monito..." | Read more » 12 months ago

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