I am a computer engineer, hiker, programmer, hockey player, scientist, brewer, classical guitar player, language learner, space nut, and traveller.
On the side I contribute to RFCx, a non-profit that protects rainforests with real-time data on illegal deforestation.
In the past I've worked on the ATLAS detector at CERN, at NASA on the BETTII balloon project, and at L-3 Avionics Systems.
I have lived in various places, including Michigan, Washington D.C. and Geneva, Switzerland. I love culture, travel, and learning new languages; I'm fluent in my native English and Spanish, intermediate in French, and a beginner in Russian.
microamps is a blog about computer science, security, and engineering
science, sécurité, et ingénierie
RFCx is combatting illegal deforestation by using repurposed Android phones to listen for the sounds of chainsaws, engines, and other sounds in the rainforest. Data is collected and transmitted in real time to a server which performs analysis of the audio using DSP algorithms to determine the presence of loggers
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I would love to hear from you, if you are not a robot.