Jordan Silverman

Jordan has been working in Scene’s R&D team for 2 years after completing an MSc in Practising Sustainable Development with a specialisation in ICT4D. He has experience developing online, mobile communities across Sub-Saharan Africa addressing social taboos. His master’s research led him to explore the potential use of smart-phone management systems in the small-scale fishing industry in the Caribbean, linking with a research team from the University of West Indies. Having completed a BSc in Environmental and Geographical Science at the University of Cape Town, Jordan has an understanding of environmental challenges in a developing world context.

Recently, Jordan has taken a development role building IoT systems for energy access in rural communities and has built an understanding of the technical challenges involved in using open-source hardware. He has a unique combination of social research skills and hardware development experience.



The research leading to these results has received funding from the EPSRC Global Challenges Research Fund under grant agreement n° EP/P029531/1.
| The research presented in this website has undergone ethical approval at Coventry University reference: P61091.