Adam Pollack is a Data and GIS Scientist at the Institute for Sustainable Energy who will be matriculating to Boston University’s Earth and Environment PhD program in the Fall of 2018. Through his analysis, he is working to transform raw data in the buildings sector into a narrative that will inform the City of Boston’s decarbonization efforts as it works to achieve net zero/carbon-free status by 2050.
Prior to this role, Adam worked towards a major in Applied Math and Statistics and a minor in Computer Science at Stony Brook University in New York. He was also a paralegal and small-business owner during his undergraduate and master’s years.
BS/MS, Applied Math and Statistics, Stony Brook University
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