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Jnaneshwar Das explores environmental robotics solutions for data collection at agricultural farms, forests and coral reefs. Das’ lab has advanced new methodologies for sampling, modeling, and prediction for in-situ and ex-situ labeling of samples. The lab also incorporates remotely sensed data that guides the collection of samples for analysis. He is working on various federally-funded projects including: mapping planetary-scale features such as craters and trees, conducting a geomorphological analysis of tectonic fault scarps, and developing OpenUAV (unpiloted aerial vehicles), a testbed for UAV education, research and data analysis.

Das holds the Alberto Enrique Behar Research Professorship at the School of Earth and Space Exploration and is a core faculty member at the Center for Global Discovery and Conservation Science. He is a co-organizer of the National Science Foundation’s Student Cyber-Physical Systems Challenge and the founder of the OpenUAV and DeepGIS projects.

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