Data Scientist, Mapdwell
Stefano Polloni is a Data Scientist at Mapdwell, a data intelligence startup that builds tools for energy decision-making. His past research projects have focused on public housing in developing countries and the disamenity of traffic congestion. At Mapdwell, He builds data pipelines for building energy calibration, and develops predictive models using LiDAR point clouds and satellite imagery. He received his PhD from Brown University in 2019.
Recent work by Stefano Polloni
Do subways improve urban air quality?
Data from around the world show that a new subway system can improve air quality in highly polluted cities
Articles : Energy & Environment
Nicolas Gendron-Carrier Marco Gonzalez-Navarro Stefano Polloni Matthew Turner