Celine Robinson is a Ph.D. candidate in Civil and Environmental Engineering concentrating in Systems, Risk, and Decision. Her research concerns the development and application of mathematical models for the integrated assessment of various problems that affect ecological, built, and social systems using bayesian statistics, deep learning, and contaminant transport techniques and methods. Under the supervision of Professor Mark Borsuk, Celine has contributed to the development of MoTIVEs, an integrated modeling platform that quantifies and values ecosystem services provided by U.S. military bases.
Currently, Celine is developing a deep learning algorithm to detect above-ground storage tanks and concentrated animal feeding operations. This information will be utilized to investigating the risk of natural hazard initiated technological disasters, or natech events, in Eastern North Carolina and Charleston, South Carolina.
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