The image shows a risk map of India, which was developed using a geoinformation software. The map uses historical data to visualize the past storm areas.
San Diego Energy District Foundation
Lane Sharman is a senior executive with experience in power project development, regulatory affairs, and government relations. He is a business model innovator and strategic management and financial advisor.
San Diego Union Tribune
Matt directs a staff of six graphics reporters/news artists who create compelling visual stories for the company's print and digital publishing platforms. He uses multiple tools to build an image: Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, ArcMap, MapStudio for Media, Cinema 4D, Office suite, Natural Scene Designer, QuarkXPress, Acrobat, FreeHand. "I'm a big fan of charts, maps, diagrams and other alternative story forms."
World Resources SimCenter
Quentin Gregg is a recent graduate from UCLA's Geography/Environmental Studies program, where he also completed a minor in GIS and Technologies. He is now applying his education here in San Diego as a GIS Research Associate at GENI's World Resources SimCenter and at the San Diego Archaeological Center. His current project has him converting national renewable energy maps of the US, China and India to ARC GIS Online. In addition he is developing time zone modeling maps of global energy demand.
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.