Eli is a master’s student in Electrical Engineering at North Carolina State University. He graduated with a BSE in Mechatronics Engineering from UNC-Asheville in May of 2016.
Eli’s research aim is to improve the efficiency of biological data extraction from experimentation with respect to time and financial resources by developing new and improved approaches for image acquisition and analysis. He is currently focused on the extraction of biological data using automated processes in microscopic images. These automated processes include automatic tracking feedback control to a digital microscope using machine vision sensing, automated spatial measurements using image processing, and cell indication in microscopic imaging using machine vision and machine learning. His research falls under the specific disciplines of machine vision, machine learning, digital signal processing, data analysis, and control theory.
Room 3031, Engineering Building II
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
North Carolina State University,
Raleigh NC USA 27695.