This project was completed as an independent study during my last semester at Penn State, in May 2016. It’s five-part video series outlining concepts from Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guartarii’s A Thousands Plateaus.
Organizational models of mobile payment systems in low-resource environments
Information Technology for Development (May 2017)
The rapid growth and diffusion of mobile phones in the developing world has created an inclusive and dynamic platform to address a smorgasbord of socio-economic challenges. The uptake of mobile payment (m-payment) systems is a compelling example of how such a platform can be leveraged to democratize access to online banking and financial services…
Making data collection in low-resource contexts intuitive, fun, and interactive
IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (San Jose, October 2014)
Community health data can be used to track diseases, facilitate efficient deployment of medical resources, or reduce clinic wait times in fledgling healthcare systems in developing countries. Despite these potential benefits, many electronic data collection, aggregation and digitization projects fail within a few years of launching…