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I work in the [[Your Lab]] at XYZ University.  I learned about [[OpenWetWare]] from Follow other labs in OWW, and I've joined because To maintain a repository and foster exchange between researchers in the climate, risk, environmental biophysics and modeling fields.  I would like this to spur dialogue among these (and other) disciplines to enhance complex adaptive systems research..
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I learned about [[OpenWetWare]] from other labs in the OWW community, and I've joined because I would like to maintain a repository and foster exchange between researchers and the commercial sector in the climate/biophysics, risk, and environmental modeling/sensor network subject areas.  I would also like this to spur dialogue among these (and other) disciplines to enhance complex adaptive systems research. In addition, I am looking for collaborations where the synthetic biology and environmental systems engineering communities can come together under the broader theme of industrial ecology.
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# Environmental Systems Science & Engineering
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MIchael Ferrari (an artistic interpretation)
MIchael Ferrari (an artistic interpretation)

I learned about OpenWetWare from other labs in the OWW community, and I've joined because I would like to maintain a repository and foster exchange between researchers and the commercial sector in the climate/biophysics, risk, and environmental modeling/sensor network subject areas. I would also like this to spur dialogue among these (and other) disciplines to enhance complex adaptive systems research. In addition, I am looking for collaborations where the synthetic biology and environmental systems engineering communities can come together under the broader theme of industrial ecology.

Education

  • PhD, Rutgers
  • MS, Rutgers
  • BS, West Chester

Research interests

  1. Sensor Networks
  2. Industrial Ecology
  3. Environmental Biophysical Modeling
  4. Climate Physics
  5. Biometeorology
  6. Environmental Systems Science & Engineering


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