Jason Hopper

Jason Hopper

As Research Staff with Dr. Mark Gibson, I am involved in most current projects going on in the AFRG, however my primary focus is the upcoming Sable Island study. I am currently working on:

From 2009 to 2012 I worked in the Atmospheric Physics Department with Dr. Thomas Duck in The Atmospheric Optics Lab (AOLab). The focus was to design, build and operate atmospheric LIDAR systems. AOLab has two LIDAR systems: the Dalhousie Raman LIDAR (DRL) located at Dalhousie University in Halifax NS and the CANDAC Raman LIDAR (CRL). The CRL in the High Arctic at Eureka, Nunavut (80°N, 86°W). For more information please visit Dr. Thomas Duck's website.

Outside of work my interests lie mainly in building intelligent systems. I own a small comany called the ALICE Research Group. I work to build any system that can have a high degree of autonomy. I am currently working on the following projects:

For more detailed information on my projects, including tutorials, sample code and explinations of learning algorithms please see my website

For questions, comments, inqueries or anything else, please feel free to email at: jason.t.hopper@gmail.com