Dr. Danielle Stodilka is a researcher on complex emergencies and peacebuilding. She is a trainer for the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, certified by UNISDR. Her professional experience includes work for both public and private sectors in research and development, including
hazardous materials management and materials synthesis and characterization. She provides expertise relating to science and technology for non-scientists, risk analysts and policymakers. Dr. Stodilka serves as an independent subject matter expert for NATO, with service in Ukraine and Georgia.
She was a visiting scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and has a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Florida.
Danielle Stodilka, Walter Dorn, “Beyond Troops: Possible Canadian Contributions to NATO in Three Areas Outside of Military Operations,” Defence Report, November 27, 2017.
D.O. Stodilka, International guidelines and minimum standards in disaster management for both government and NGO sectors, CRHNet Annual Symposium 2016, Montreal, Nov 23-25, 2016.
D.O. Stodilka, et al., “A tritium tracer technique for the measurement of hydrogen permeation in polymeric materials,” International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 25 (11), 2000. pp 1129-1136.
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