Polarization Analysis Lecture
Interview with NEF Community of Scientists, Kigali Rwanda
African Science Week
Outreach in Elementary and High Schools
Spotlight Session - Kigali Rwanda
Next Einstein Forum (with Bosch Foundation)
URSeismo @AGU2020Where the university of rochester seismology research team represents the seismology section at the virtual AGU 2020
Polarization Analysis LectureThis is the sixth unit in the Remote Online Sessions for Emerging Seismologists (ROSES), an online course for graduate students. ROSES is hosted by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Seismology Section. This unit on Polarization Analysis is provided by Tolulope Olugboji, University of Rochester.
Interview with NEF Community of Scientists, Kigali RwandaTolulope is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Maryland, he studies the Earth using geophysics, seismology and computational statistics as his primary tools of investigation. He builds sophisticated computer models and designs novel remote sub-surface imaging techniques.
African Science WeekScience Outreach by Dr. Olugboji
Outreach in Elementary and High SchoolsThe Nifty Fifty, a program of Science Spark, are a group of noted science and engineering professionals who fan out across the country to speak about their work and careers at various middle and high schools. Featuring some of the most inspiring role models in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, this signature program of the USA Science and Engineering Festival presents your students with the latest in green technology, engineering, human health and medicine, astronomy and space exploration, nanotechnology, computer science, and more.
Spotlight Session - Kigali RwandaDr. Olugboji received the class of 2017-2019 award presented by H.E. Paul Kagame at the NEF Global Gatherings. The gathering is an exciting biennial global event where the world of science and technology meet on Africa soil to unveil breakthroughs in science, respond to existing challenges and look to the future. In this way, the NEF is unique. The NEF Global Gathering 2018 took place in Kigali, Rwanda on 26-28 March 2018 under the patronage of H.E. Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda.
Next Einstein Forum (with Bosch Foundation)About 1,500 people attended the Next Einstein Forum (NEF) in Kigali in March 2018, the largest science conference in Africa to date - including astrophysicists from Ethiopia, biologists from Zimbabwe, and nanotech researchers from Niger, while Nobel prize winners, publishers of leading
Philosophy: Creating memorable learning experiences, inculcating scientific attitudes and skills, expanding scientific knowledge. All happening in (non-) traditional settings, e.g. research lab, on the field, office hours, high school outreach and recruitment, and public lectures.