I have served as Principal Investigator (PI) and co-Principal Investigator (co-PI) on over a dozen funded projects in the last 15 years.
For the last six years I have worked for the CyVerse project. I started as a Science Analyst. I am now Co-PI and lead of the Science Team.
I am co-PI on a NSF Harnessing the Data Revolution collaborative research project using Genomics, Phenomics, and Environmental data with machine learning.
I am co-PI on a NSF collaborative research project to refactor dendrochronological software written in Fortran, C, and R into Python, and to ensure reproducibility and community engagement.
I am PI on a NSF collaborative research project to support reproducible research in forest inventory and analysis using small uncrewed aerial vehicles.
I am senior personnel, assisting on a new NSF Convergence Accelerator in Machine Learning with sub-surface hydrological research.
I am senior personnel, assisting on a community conversation about collaboration in data science.
I am senior personnel on Genome 2 Fields: High Intensity Phenotyping at Scale (HIPS) project with Dr. Eric Lyons at UArizona, in collaboration with Iowa State University.
Also with Iowa State University, I am senior personnel on FACTS: a scalable cyber ecosystem for acquisition, curation, and analysis of multispectral UAV image data. Both NIFA G2F and FACTS projects link with CyVerse to help develop an AI Institute for Agricultural Resilience (AIIRA) at Iowa State University.
Assessing the Climate Change Mitigation Potential of Diverse Vegetation Types in the Pinaleño Mountains, Arizona
|open source initiative|
|Google Earth Engine|
|earth observation systems|
|airborne remote sensing|
|small uncrewed aerial systems|
|eddy covariance tower|
|wildland forest fire|