Eloise earned her PhD in the Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences at the University of Idaho. Her doctoral research now continues with PNASH on the use of emerging technologies to increase the safety and efficiency of forestry and natural resource professionals. Her early research involved evaluating GNSS-RF location-sharing networks to facilitate real-time positioning and improve situational awareness in remote areas. More recently, she has worked on developing wearable-based human activity recognition models that could be paired with GNSS-RF positioning to improve occupational safety on logging operations and enhance the way fundamental forestry work tasks are quantified and evaluated.
|Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences at the University of Idaho