James Brown | Visiting Scientist

Jan 2, 2016

A committee of editors selected James Brown’s paper as a winner of the 2007 Best Paper Award of Computer & Geosciences using the criteria of innovation, computational complexity, exposition, and impact.

James Brown is currently a visiting scientist at the NOAA Office of Hydrologic Development in Silver Spring, Maryland. Prior to his appointment, James worked with G.B.M. Heuvelink to write “The Data Uncertainty Engine (DUE): A software tool for assessing and simulating uncertain environmental variable.” The paper appeared in Volume 33, No. 2, pages 172-190 of the Computers and Geosciences publication. Computers and Geosciences is a journal published by the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences.


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