ABOUT COSMIQ WORKS
Jake is a researcher and geographer specializing in geospatial machine learning and computer vision. His research with satellite imagery focuses on time series analysis, super-resolution, and object detection with overhead imagery. Jake also is leading SpaceNet 6, a sensor fusion challenge featuring both synthetic aperture radar and electro-optical remote sensing data for foundational mapping.
Prior to joining CosmiQ Works, Jake was a geographer with the United States Geological Survey. In this role, Jake lead and supported research on three Eastern Geographic Science Center Programs: SilvaCarbon (forest change detection & training), Dynamic Surface Water Extent (Water, wetland, and ice mapping), and the Effects of Agricultural Conservation project (farming practice management and remote sensing).
Jake holds a bachelor’s degree in geography from Penn State University and a master’s degree in geoinformatics and geospatial intelligence from George Mason University.