Climate change is becoming an increasingly popular topic in today’s world. Many companies are developing and creating the goal of carbon neutrality by a certain year. Not only does CIBO believe people should be paying attention to agriculture, but data science is part of the solution as well. Data science can help to scale regenerative agriculture and this is only the beginning. People interested in data science should be learning about how to apply it to agriculture to help our overall climate solution.
Join us for our upcoming webinar on April 8th at 1pm CT featuring the data scientist team at CIBO! We will be highlighting why data scientists should be watching agriculture and taking your questions. CIBO’s VP of Marketing, Billy Cripe, will lead the discussion asking the panelists all about data science! The webinar will cover topics like computer vision and simulation at CIBO, the process of data science, the SALUS model, satellite and other technologies, accuracy of the technology, and the outcome to scaling regenerative agriculture. Join us for this deep dive into all things data science that you won’t want to miss!
Meet the Panelists!
Marie Coffin is the VP of Science & Modeling at CIBO, a science-driven software startup. She has focused on being a biostatistician at agriculture companies. Prior to CIBO, she worked for Monsanto, Icoria, Paradigm Genetics, and was an assistant professor at Clemson University. She holds a BS in Mathematics from South Dakota State University and a Ph.D. in Statistics from Iowa State University.
Ernesto Brau is the Lead Computer Vision Scientist at CIBO, a science-driven software startup. Prior to CIBO, he worked on computer vision for AiBee Inc., Intel Corporation, and Hewlett-Packard Laboratories. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the Universidad de Sonora in Mexico, along with an MS and PhD in Computer Science from the University of Arizona.
Adam Pasch is the Principal Data Scientist of Meteorology at CIBO, a science-driven software startup. Dr. Pasch is a Certified Consulting Meteorologist by the American Meteorological Society as an expert in the application of weather information. He is an experienced Environmental Scientist with a demonstrated history of working in the scientific-software and applied research industries. Prior to CIBO, he worked for The Climate Corporation focusing on Weather Data Strategy and Operations and at Sonoma Technology, Inc as a Meteorologist and Project Manager. He holds a Ph.D., M.S., B.S. from Saint Louis University in Meteorology.