Martha Arbayani Zaidan is an Academy Research Fellow working at the Department of Computer Science and the Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR). His research interests are in applied artificial Intelligence, health monitoring technologies, intelligent control systems, systems identification, and various applications including bio-medical robotics, twin-rotor dynamics, aircraft gas turbine engines, renewable energies, applied physics, atmospheric and environmental sciences as well as other intelligent engineering systems.
Naser Hossein Motlagh is a Senior Researcher at the Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki. His research interests include the Internet of Things (IoT), wireless sensor networks (WSN), environmental sensing, smart buildings, and unmanned aerial and underwater vehicles (UAVs & AUVs), with a focus on networks, platforms, sensing, applications, and services.
Zhanghu Zhao is a Master Student majoring in Computer Science. Currently, he is working as a Research Assistant focusing on the development of machine learning methods for new particle formation event classification. In the near future, he is also going to use deep learning methods to do this task and make comparisons between them.
Jani Kuurasuo is a Master's student majoring in Data Science. Currently, he is working as a Research Assistant focusing on developing image processing methods on the images obtained from a hyper-spectral camera installed on a drone. He will continue his Master thesis on developing Deep learning methods for the classification of hyperspectral imagery of pine trees.
Yiling Hu is currently a Master's student in Atmospheric Science at the University of Helsinki. During the summer, she works as a summer intern to analyze the performance of air quality low-cost sensors installed at SMEAR III and on the highway (in Espoo). Prior to this, she worked as a data algorithm engineer for an environmental consulting company in Shenzhen, China.
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