UNESCO – IHE
Joanne Craven is a junior researcher working in the Hydroinformatics chair group of the Integrated Water Systems and Governance (IWSG) department at UNESCO-IHE. Her work focuses on technologies for communicating complex water problems, such as serious games and web-based data visualisation and modelling.
She received her bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Bristol in 2013, and then undertook a joint MSc at UNESCO-IHE, TU Dresden and UPC (Barcelona) in Flood Risk Management. Since graduation in September 2015, Joanne has worked for The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and UNESCO-IHE on various projects, including the SimBasin water resources computer game which she developed for her MSc thesis at TNC Colombia in Bogota and the UNESCO-IHE Hydroinformatics Lab.
— WATERNOMICS (@waternomics_eu) January 31, 2017