Cindy Lin is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in the School of Information and Science, Technology, and Society Program. Her research focuses on how computational techniques transform environmental monitoring and enforcement in Indonesia. Her work has been published in leading computing venues including ACM CHI, DIS, and PD and has been featured in Social Text and CoDesign. She has worked in multidisciplinary collaborations such as Precarity Lab and co-directed DoIIIT, an interactive design studio.

︎ You Are the Ocean by Özge Samanci & Gabriel Caniglia



Taught by drone technologists and land activists new ways to image and map land expropriated by palm oil and mining corporates in Pontianak, West Kalimantan

Observed how geospatial data operators, field surveyors, and Indonesian pioneers in remote sensing devise new protocols to map the world’s fastest forest clearing nation: Indonesia