July 20–24, 2015
Portland, OR
Aurelia Moser

Aurelia Moser
Data Scientist, Mozilla Science

Website | @auremoser

Aurelia Moser is a developer and curious cartographer building communities around code at CartoDB. Her background blends science and scripting and includes a cocktail of conservation chemistry, eco-enthusiasm, education, and egalitarian tech activism. Previously of Ushahidi and Internews Kenya, Aurelia has been working in the open tech and non-profit journalism space for a few years, and recent projects have had her working with mapping sensor data to support agricultural security and sustainable apis ecosystems in the Global South. Follow her @auremoser or algorhyth.ms


11:30am–12:10pm Wednesday, 07/22/2015
Data E145
Aurelia Moser (Mozilla Science)
The historical versioning of maps defines some of the most fascinating social, political, and environmental flux of precedent. Everything from the eruption of post-World Cup tweets, to the migration patterns of mammals, can be mapped with OSS. This talk will cover time travel as it can be viewed in visualizations: the ways we partner time-series data with interactive maps @CartoDB. Read more.