The project will build a framework to optimize and prioritize locations for FloodNet sensor deployment, for measurement of hyper -...Read More
Assistant Professor, New York University
Tega Brain is an Australian born artist and environmental engineer whose work examines how technology shapes ecological relations. She has created wireless networks that respond to natural phenomena, systems for obfuscating fitness data and an online smell based dating service. She has recently exhibited in the Vienna Biennale for Change, the Guangzhou Triennial and in venues like the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin and the New Museum, NYC, among others.
Her work has been widely discussed in the press including in the New York Times, Art in America, The Atlantic, NPR, Al Jazeera and The Guardian and in art and technology blogs like the Creators Project and Creative Applications. She has given talks and workshops at museums and festivals like EYEO, TedxSydney and the Sonar Festival.
Tega is an Assistant Professor of Integrated Digital Media, New York University. She works with the Processing Foundation on the Learning to Teach conference series and P5JS project. She has been awarded residencies and fellowships at Data & Society, Eyebeam and the Australia Council for the Arts.
Street-level Flooding Platform: Sensing and Data Sharing for Urban Accessibility and Resilience
Access to real-time information on flooding can improve resiliency and efficiency by allowing residents to identify navigable transportation routes and...Read More
Deployment and Tech Transfer of a Street-level Flooding Platform: Sensing and Data Sharing for Urban Accessibility and Resilience
This project aims to develop a platform to provide real-time, street-level flood information – including the presence, frequency, and severity...Read More