Highlights from my portfolio of work.
The initial piece was on computation at a high level, with two follow-up pieces on the specific impact that machine learning might have on economic problem solving, as well as how students should prepare themselves for the future role computation may play in their lives as economists.
Very cool summer student/scholar series we launched recently, leveraging StoryMapJS from Northwestern's Knight Lab.
Running point on the Twitter account for a highly-respected institution can be intimidating, but if you hold yourself to a high standard, the audience rewards you for it.
This web hub assembles a series I produced, composed of videos and brief stories examining various researchers looking to quantify how uncertainty affects different aspects of the economy. Video was shot and directed by Storyfirst Media and editorial was written by Pat Nedeau.
Speaking in Paris, Hansen pushed alumni, students and colleagues to confront and accept the daily uncertainties we face.
In every building on the College of Engineering campus, there are classrooms and lecture halls packed with students listening to lectures. Yet, increasingly, that very traditional way of learning is not the only way UW-Madison engineering students are learning.
Unlike computers, people cannot be upgraded. They work at a finite speed and at rising costs, so Rob Nowak is improving interactive systems that can optimize the performance of both humans and machines tackling big data problems together.