Miriam Marlier awarded Google research award
Google announced in April the first cohort of 86 recipients, representing more than 50 universities in 15 countries. The program was created to support early-career faculty working on cutting-edge research across many areas in computer science, including machine learning, human-computer interaction, health research, and others. Miriam Marlier, also was chosen to receive the award. An assistant professor of global environmental change at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, Marlier will focus on mapping California’s compound climate hazards in the Google Earth engine.