ReportSep 14, 2022
Detecting disruption in closed systems
By Natalie Barrett, David Bray, Mary Versa Clemens-Sewall, Kiran Jivnani, Anthony Scriffignano
This paper utilizes commercial data aggregation and data analytics to evaluate whether commercial data sets can be used to better understand the resiliency of closed military communities or other closed ecosystems of high value and importance.
GeoTech CuesOct 1, 2021
Building smarter military bases for climate resilient communities
By Kiran S. Jivnani, Inkoo Kang
To properly cope with climate-related dangers, the military must be able to future-proof its installations to defend themselves against twenty-first-century threats, specifically by capitalizing on the use of smart technologies.
Kiran S. Jivnani is an assistant director with the GeoTech Center, where she contributes to projects at the intersection of geopolitics, climate, health, and agriculture. Prior to joining the Atlantic Council, she worked for the United Nations Academic Impact and MCN Millennium Fellowship in Boston and for former MEP Miriam Dalli at the European Parliament in Brussels.
Kiran holds a bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University in Boston, where she studied Criminal Justice, International Affairs, and Law and Public Policy.