The core work of my PhD has been creating systems that allow for the easy and automated study of large animal groups in the wild. I am currently a fourth year Ph.D. student working with Iain Couzin at the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior in the Department of Collective Behaviour in Konstanz Germany. I finished my bachelors in 2016 with a degree in electrical engineering from Princeton University where I focused on image processing and machine learning. Currently I am studying how herds of plains and Grevy’s zebras behave in the wild. See the project page for more information on exactly what I’m doing. You can find my cv here.