06/18/24: Ed Verhamme
June 18 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Time: 11:00-12:00 pm EDT
Location: NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Lake Superior Hall and Virtual
Presenter: Ed Verhamme, Principal and Senior Engineer at LimnoTech and President of Freeboard Technology
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About the presentation: TBA
About the speaker: Ed Verhamme is a Principal and Senior Engineer at LimnoTech and was recently named President of Freeboard Technology, a new water technology start-up he co-founded as a subsidiary of LimnoTech. Ed is well known for his work across the Great Lakes region over the last twenty years to design, build, and maintain the next-generation sensing network that supports hundreds of thousands of boaters, key water managers, and critical infrastructure owners. He has contributed to nearly twenty peer-reviewed journal articles, dozens more print publications, and even a documentary film about HABs on Lake Erie. In 2021, Ed served as president of the International Association for Great Lakes Research and supports ongoing work to build robust public-private partnerships to tackle tough environmental problems.
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