Yolanda C. Lin
Yolanda is currently an Assistant Professor in the department of Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of New Mexico, and was a Research Fellow in DASL from 2018-2020. Her research focuses on low-probability, high-impact, data-sparse events at the intersection of natural hazards, the built environment, and society. Previously, Yolanda has worked on a diverse applications including seakeeping stability dynamics for naval ships, earthquake engineering, and biofuel supply chain modelling. She holds a PhD in Civil Engineering from Cornell University and an MS from the University of Colorado Boulder.