J-WAFS IAP Food & Water Networking Sheet
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NameEmail AddressInstitutional Affiliation/ DepartmentProgram/FieldStudent? (Yes/No)
Research Area/Academic or Other Interests
Looking for...You can contact me if...
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SAMPLE ENTRYxyz@mit.eduMIT / Chemical Engineeringwater purificationYeselectrodialysis techniques, also wastewater treatment and industry water needs generallyWater Prize team to join in technical roleYou are looking for a team member, or generally for water purification expertise
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donjlee@gmail.com1, 2, &15 (alum)precision AGNoPeopleYou have expertise in AG, Data Mining
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David Warsingerdavidwarsinger@gmail.comMIT MechE PostDoc
Desalination, Food RefrigerationNothermofluids, membrane fouling, systems thermodynamicsCollaborations for papers
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Apratim Sahayasahay@gmail.comMIT Physics Alum (PhD)Noblue/green infrastructure; water-energy nexusteamsYou are looking for systems analysis; data mining
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Mark Jeunnettemnj@mit.eduMIT MechEPhD studentYesremote sensing for Indian agriculture
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Alex Pereiraabritto@mit.eduMIT / Sloan School of ManagementStartups / Food & AgricultureYesIncrease efficiency of food distribution/ Food waste / Distribution of fresh and healhty foodResearchers and other people interested in these areasYou are interested in projects related to food supply chain, food waste, distribution of organic food, fresh food and impacts of food in health
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Cecilia B. Smithceciliab.smith@tufts.eduTufts UEP
Urban and Environmental Planning
YesIncrease efficiency of food distribution/ Food waste / Distribution of fresh and healhty foodSame as aboveYou are a water justice enthusiast, researching solutions to problems in water distribution, water and power, and the bottled water industry
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Sarah Fletchersfletch@mit.eduMIT Engineering SystemsPhD studentYesIncrease efficiency of food distribution/ Food waste / Distribution of fresh and healhty foodSame as aboveYou are interested in water resource system planning and the impacts of energy and food policy on water planning or looking for expertise in complex systems analysis or technology policy
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Alexis Fischerafisch@mit.eduMIT-Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint ProgramBiological Oceanography PhDYesIncrease efficiency of food distribution/ Food waste / Distribution of fresh and healhty foodCollaborators, potential business partners, successors in the MIT Water Club
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Alice Alpertaalpert@mit.eduMIT-Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint ProgramEarth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences PhDYesClimate sensitivity; large scale climate patterns; freshwater resource management; science in foreign policy Learning from the water policy community ahead of a science policy fellowshipYou have research or practical experience in water policy, domestic or foreign
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Scott McArthursdm90@mit.eduMIT MechE Graduate Student
MIT Sloan MBA Candidate
Leaders for Global Operations (LGO)YesEmerging water technologies, international development projects with water, energy, or agriculture focusProject teams and new/recent projects, similarly interested students, connections to industry partners working on similar issuesYou can contact me anytime about anything!
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Scott Landersslanders@alum.mit.edu; slanders@optirtc.com1-E Alum; OptiRTCIndustrial IoT for stormwater managementNoPredictive autonomous control of distributed infrastructure; water; global ecology and natural resource managementCollaborators and business partners; potential employeesAny reason really, but if you are interested in stormwater, cloud computing, Industrial IoT
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Gregory Thielgpthiel@mit.edu
MIT Mechanical Engineering
Postdoc/DesalinationNoEnergy-water nexus; desalination; produced water treatement; heat and mass transfer in evaporators and RO; water and energy policyResearchers and practitioners in areas of interest
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Burl Amsbury
burl.amsbury@alum.mit.edu
MIT EE alum; MIT SDM alum
scalable, profitable regenerative agricultureNoScalable agriculture and distribution systems that replenish ecological metrics (water retention, carbon sequestration, productivity) rather than deplete themCollaborators and business partners; potential employees; Researchers and practitioners in ares of interestYou are interested in projects related to food supply chain, food waste, distribution of organic food, fresh food and impacts of food in health
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Martin Martinez
martin.martinez@mit.edu
MIT Sloan/EECS
Water treatment/desalination using microalgae
Yes
Using microalgae to treat wastewater and desalinate wastewater in a modular way. Less infrastructure cost. 10^3 less Energy cost
Industry connections, interested students, ppl interested/knowledgeable about algae. Knowing more about water
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Abishek S Narayan
abisheknarayan@gmail.com
Oxford/School of Geography and Environment
Water Science, Policy and Management
Yes
Wastewater Treatment and Urban River Restoration
Potential collaborators, students and profressionals looking for connections in non engineering aspects of water from an engineers perspective.
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Connie Lu
connielu@alum.mit.edu
MIT CEE alum (S.B. and M.Eng), MIT DUSP alum (S.B.)
Sustainable protein startup
No
Improving edible insect farming practices via automation and improved space utilization
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Mariana Matusmgmatus@mit.eduMIT Biological Engineering
PhD Computational Biology
YesEpidemiology based on Wastewater
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Alexandre Tuelatuel@mit.eduCEE PhD CandidateYes
Water resources, watershed management, land-use planning, hydroclimatology and climate uncertainty
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Shelly Xu
Shellyxu@alum.mit.edu
MIT Sloan School of Management
Agri/food investmentNo
Growth capital investment in leading and emerging agribusiness and food companies in Asia
Potential collaborations, interesting companies, industry knowledge
Anytime
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