Kirsten Robinson

Ph.D. Candidate

Short biography

Kirsten RobinsonKirsten has worked in robotics and electrical engineering creating ethanol from waste cellulose, reducing pain from pressure on neurofibromas, and on building underwater robots, adjustable high-heeled shoes, operating systems for Blackberries, and energy models.

Supervisors

Paul Fieguth

Research interests

My research focuses on non-linear multiscale data assimilation for sea ice forecasting. I also work at The Waterloo Institute for Social Innovation and Resilience at the University of Waterloo developing models to support decision makers. I am is interested in the common patterns that drive systems ranging from cells to societies and in what makes long-term prosperity possible.

Research topics

Multiresolution Techniques

Remote Sensing

Research demos

SAR Sea Ice Image Synthesis

Satellite SAR Sea Ice Classification

Affiliation: 
University of Waterloo

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