Developer Advocate on the Earth Engine product at Google.
Tyler is a developer advocate working on the Earth Engine geospatial analysis platform. In this role he helps institutions and individual partners understand and utilize the capabilities of Earth Engine and related geospatial tools. Prior to joining Google, Tyler worked in academia leading projects on geospatial analysis, visualization, and the design of geospatial data systems. He is the former technical committee chair of AmericaView, a non-profit consortium of remote sensing scientists that support applied research, higher education, and technology transfer. Tyler's educational background in hydrology, and he has earned graduate degrees from the California Institute of Technology, Stanford, and the University of Colorado. His Ph.D. dissertation was on the Development and Application of Geostatistical Methods to Modeling Spatial Variation in Snowpack Properties.
Wednesday 10:15 a.m.–10:45 a.m. in Room 203