Senior Research Scientist (NA)
Kaitlin brings to the team ten years of experience studying all aspects of conservation acoustics ranging from animal communication to propagation modelling to neural network detectors and statistical modelling. Kaitlin has completed degrees in biology and engineering from College of the Atlantic, Penn State, and the Sea Mammal Research Unit at the St Andrews, Scotland. Following her PhD she worked as a post-doctoral fellow in machine learning at San Diego State University. Kaitlin’s interests include fully leveraging imperfect datasets through the use of a broad array of statistical tools and algorithms. In her spare time Kaitlin enjoys a variety of mountain sports, figure skating, and making bioacoustics recordings in her own back yard.