Eco-Acoustics: Monitoring biodiversity using the sounds of nature
This talk will introduce you to the world of eco-acoustic monitoring – using the sounds of nature to track biodiversity across space and time. We will see how autonomous sensing strategies and AI powered analyses are transforming the scale and resolution with which we can track biodiversity across the world. We will explore the key outstanding challenges facing the field, and where the most promising applications of the technology may lie in the future.
Speaker Bio – Dr Sarab Sethi
Dr Sarab Sethi leads the Ecosystem Sensing Group at Imperial College London, exploring topics spanning Applied Maths, Engineering, and Ecology. The group develops novel sensors, systems, and AI to deliver next generation environmental and biodiversity monitoring. Applications of the group’s work include conservation, agricultural pest control, supply chain transparency, scientific enquiry, and more.
Time: 12.00 – 13.00
Date: Tuesday 12 March
Location: Hybrid Event | I-X Conference Room, Level 5
Translation and Innovation Hub (I-HUB)
Imperial White City Campus
84 Wood Lane
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