Join the Fire and Ice, Earth and Oceans: Tools and Techniques for Researching Our Changing Climate with MATLAB webinar series.
In this session, you will hear from a researcher at UC San Diego and one of MathWorks’ own engineers discussing how MATLAB can support research in passive acoustic monitoring for the study of marine mammals and ocean environments and climate science in general.
About the Presenters
Josh Jones is an oceanographer with expertise in the use of passive acoustic monitoring for the study of marine mammals and ocean environments, with a research focus in the Arctic. His research has involved a combination of underwater passive acoustic recordings and satellite remote sensing data, as well as collaboration with Indigenous communities, non-governmental organizations, and other stakeholders. He is a member of the Scripps Whale Acoustics Lab at University of California San Diego.
Kostas Leptokaropoulos is Academic Manager for Geoscience and Climate Science at MathWorks, located in Cambridge, UK. In his role, he supports academics and scientists with their teaching and research activities, by taking full advantage of the tools and capabilities that MATLAB offers. Kostas is an environmental engineer holding a Ph.D. in geophysics and seismology. As an assistant professor at the Institute of Geophysics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, he worked on several European-scale scientific and research infrastructure projects. Before joining MathWorks Kostas worked at the University of Southampton where he holds a visiting research fellow position.