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Kelsey Doerksen

PhD, started 2021

Kelsey is a student in the OATML group a part of the Autonomous Intelligent Machines and Systems (AIMS) program, supervised by Yarin Gal and Freddie Kalaitzis. Previously, she was a Space Systems Engineer and Satellite operator at Planet. Her main interests are applying machine learning to remote sensing and Earth Observation datasets to quantify the impacts of climate change, and developing algorithms for onboard processing on satellites. Kelsey holds a Masters degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Western Ontario and a Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering, Space Systems Design from Carleton university. Kelsey is jointly funded by a Studentship from Satellite Applications Catapult and Deimos Space, and the Oxford-Singapore Human-Machine Collaboration Programme.

Are you looking to do a PhD in machine learning? Did you do a PhD in another field and want to do a postdoc in machine learning? Would you like to visit the group?

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