Ladies and Gentlemen,
Our very own Environmental Systems Science conference is here!
We had an interesting trip to Cancun to present results on Relevance Feedback in Biometric Retrieval of Animal Photographs. This is work we all did, but especially the work of James and Chelsea. Randy Westlund has now taken over systems engineering for Sloop. Joaquin is working with jaguars. ...
Flight path: Into the volcanic plume
Researchers in EAPS are using small unmanned aircraft systems to better understand environmental phenomena, such as dangerous volcanic plumes.
Interested in Nature? Interested in Vision? Send your paper to this nice workshop!
Interested in Computer Vision or Pattern Recognition? In Ecology and Environment?
Consider sending your paper to the session at MCPR'14 ( visit our work here )
Welcome to Postdoc Piyush Tagade and UROPs Emily Yang, Shanelle Clark, Katelyn Wolfenberger, Caitlyn Wheatley, Jeffrey Castillo, Nick Roberts, Elyud Ismail, and Kyra Horne!
Dr. Piyush Tagade will focus on information theoretic inference for physical systems under the...
All systems OK (after SNAFU)
Launches at 4000m and launcher survive.
Members of the CAOS team undertook a four day mission to Popocatepetl where they configured the UAS for adaptive sampling and mapping missions of the Popocatepetl plume. The flight window is typically between...
Finding a gecko in the crowd
A combination of crowdsourcing and computer vision could identify individuals within endangered populations.
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