Revisiting my portfolios

April 15, 2010

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Over the years, I’ve created, I realized while writing this post : 5 portfolios – one for each major event in my life. The first one was during undergrad to mail to universities for graduate admissions, the next was a teaser to mail to firms – followed a by a full-fledged folio at the end […]

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Dubai’s expanding boundaries

April 15, 2010

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A follow up post on mapping Dubai’s expanding boundaries. Here is a slideshow that shows Dubai’s growth over time. These maps were created as part of a class assignment along with my team mate Andrea Fisk. All Rights Reserved. Click here to read the ‘Mapping Dubai‘ post

Mapping Dubai

April 15, 2010

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First in a series of posts on visualization and information mapping. These are a series of research based maps created in 2008 on the (un)sustainable practices in Dubai. The first map is called ‘Population Growth: Stratified Diversity’. It tries to capture 3 things: Dubai’s growth timeline with major events, growth in population and the diversity […]

Solar Maps

April 13, 2010

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In relation to the previous post, here are some solar maps created using GIS: > The San Francisco Solar Map (one of the first maps created in the US) > Boston Solar Map > LA county solar map > PVGIS (European Solar maps)

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Mapping the Solar Potential of Rooftops using GIS

April 13, 2010

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To kick-off, I’m posting a research project I worked on while at Carnegie Mellon University in 2008. The idea was to develop a working prototype using Geographical Information System (GIS) as the main tool to map rooftop solar potential of buildings at an urban scale. The scope of the project was limited to public buildings and […]

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Posted in: GIS, Solar