Students Help Power Up New Ways to Analyze Energy Data

“Through these projects, dozens of students from diverse degree programs have learned about machine learning, computer vision, and remote sensing techniques and also gained a better understanding of energy challenges and opportunities,” said Bradbury, a faculty member at the Pratt School of Engineering and Nicholas School of the Environment. “They have advanced the lab’s work while deepening their own research, project management and communications skills. Many have been able to add published journal articles and data sets to their resumes.”

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Series: Climate Education at Duke
A Climate Commitment Series

This series aligns with the Duke Climate Commitment, which unites the university’s education, research, operations and public service missions to address the climate crisis.