The creator of GrassrootsMapping.org and co-founder and Research Director for Public Lab, Jeffrey Warren designs mapping and community science tools and professionally flies balloons and kites. He leads the coding community at Public Lab, and has developed the vector-mapping framework Cartagen and grassroots mapping tool MapKnitter, as well as open spectral database and toolkit Spectral Workbench.
He is on the board of of the Open Source Hardware Association and served from 2015-17 as Vice President, is on the board (since 2014) of alternative education program Parts and Crafts in Somerville MA, and an advocate of open source software, hardware, and data. He co-founded Vestal Design, a graphic/interaction design firm in 2004, and directed the Cut&Paste Labs project, a year-long series of workshops on open source tools and web design in 2006-7 with Lima designer Diego Rotalde.
Jeff holds an MS from MIT and a BA in Architecture from Yale University, and spent much of that time working with artist/technologist Natalie Jeremijenko, building robotic dogs and stuff. To find out more, visit Unterbahn.com.
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warren was awarded the Basic Barnstar by dan969 for their work published in Has anyone tried a dashboard camera for timelapse or aerial mapping?.
warren was awarded the Basic Barnstar by stacyfaratan for their work published in Looking for input on a simplified "subscribe" design for PublicLab.org posts.
warren was awarded the Photo Documentation Barnstar by xose for their work published in Crystalline silica from tile grout at AS220 microscope workshop.