Carlos Oroza

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sensor networks, systems engineering, sensor development, network optimization

Ph.D student, UC Berkeley
UC Berkeley - University of California, Berkeley

MS, Systems Engineering, Univ. of California, Berkeley, 2012


I research novel wireless sensor networks, network optimization, and machine learning for large data sets. I am especially interested in how large wireless networks can be used to supplement traditional modeling techniques in the face of model uncertainty. At the SSCZO, I am currently helping to deploy a large wireless sensor network to study snowmelt and other hydrologic process at finer spatial and temporal resolutions than were previously achievable. Previously I have designed and deployed large fleets of autonomously controlled Lagrangian sensors for use in rivers and estuaries through the NSF CiBER-IGERT traineeship. (float.berkeley.edu, ciber.berkeley.edu/IGERT/)


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