Research in 60 Seconds: Studying Natural Disasters to Enhance Emergency Response

I was recently featured in University of Central Florida’s Research in 60 Seconds series, where, I explain how I am using machine learning and statistical methods in my research for understanding weather and climatic drivers linked to natural disasters and developing an impact-based approach to better understand where and when multi-hazards have happened in the U.S., their associated socio-economic impacts and assessing compounding effects of climate/weather extremes. Thanks to the University of Central Florida for giving me an opportunity to be part of the “My Research in 60 Seconds” series.