Coming very very soon.
All coursework listed is that which pertains to computer science.
IBEIS is a program for the storage and management of images and derived data for use in computer vision algorithms. It aims to compute who an animal is, what species an animal is, and where an animal is with the ultimate goal being to ask important why biological questions.
I am also working on expanding the list of species that the IBEIS identification algorithms function for to turtles and cheetahs.
I started this project in RCOS during the Spring semester of 2015 with a few friends, and have been developing and moderating it ever since.
The Great Zebra Count was an event where civilians had the opportunity to help scientists count the zebra and giraffe populations in Nairobi National Park at the beginning of March, 2015. I worked with the IBEIS team to develop a GUI for the transfer of images from the civilians cameras to IBEIS for computation, and hard drives for storage.Github