Overview Akhilandeshwari Krishnan is a high school freshman newly working with DoseNet at UC Berkeley. Her first project in Summer 2022 focused on spectral data […]Continue reading
Introduction My work for the 2022 summer semester consisted of analyzing the accuracy of DoseNet’s sensors with comparisons to nearby sensors on the WeatherUnderground network. […]Continue reading
Richie Woo is a returning student from Dublin High, his last project with Dosenet focused on data and error analysis of our lab’s sensors. For […]Continue reading
Last summer for his summer work partnered with Radwatch/Dosenet at UC Berkeley, high school senior Ethan Fang performed a data analysis and compiled a […]Continue reading
Authors: Albert Qiang and Edward Lee
When tracking fluctuations in environmental data, geographical location is an important factor to consider. While the mobile stations have previously lacked this capability, over the course of this project we developed software to incorporate GPS data into the mapping of environmental and radiation sensor data, allowing for real-time tracking of measurements with location. Preliminary tests with the new integrated data were conducted around the UC Berkeley campus. In the future, we hope to be able to port this software to all of our mobile stations and create a robust app that will users a sense of how environmental measurements are affected by geographical location.
For the third year now DoseNet has invited a small (4-6) group of high school students to work under the mentorship of our project leadership as volunteer interns.Continue reading