Yiyi He is a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford Geophysics. Prior to Stanford, she worked as a data science fellow at the Berkeley D-lab, an Artificial Intelligence Resident at GoogleX, a consultant for the World Bank's Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR), a research intern at the NASA develop program, a researcher at the Center for Catastrophic Risk Management (CCRM), and at the Federal Aviation Administration Consortium in Aviation Operations Research (NEXTOR III). Her research focuses on climate-induced weather impacts on complex infrastructure networks. Her previous work involves using 3D hydrodynamic flood models to simulate flooding in the Bay Area under different climate scenarios and analyze the impact of both coastal and inland flooding on a multi-modal fuel transportation network.

Professional Education

  • PhD, UC Berkeley, GIS & Environmental Planning (2022)
  • MLA, UC Berkeley, Environmental Planning (2018)
  • BS, Nanjing University, City & Regional Planning (2016)

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