I am a PhD student in the Media & Machine Labortory at Washington University in St. Louis, advised by Dr. Robert Pless. I received my B.A. in Environmental Studies: Geoscience from Washington University in St. Louis in 2012, where I studied Remote Sensing under Dr. Raymond Arvidson, one of the remote sensing leads on many of the recent Mars missions. My background and interest in Remote Sensing led me to Dr. Pless's lab, where I have focused on building tools for the geocalibration and validation of outdoor imagery, as well as building large systems like AMOS and applications like rePhoto.
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