Andrew Catellier

I am a talented problem solver and excel at accomplishing major tasks with extremely limited resources. I've got a bachelor's and a master's degree in electrical engineering, am interested in everything from machine learning to human perception/cognition to design to photography to music performance, and most likely know more than a little bit about your area of interest.

If you're interested in working with me to put my wide variety of skills together in order build a big cool thing, give me a ring or shoot me an email.

employment history

Computer Vision/Machine Learning Scientist at Geovisual Analytics—3 years

I develop tools and techniques to assess the state of agricultural fields containing specialty crops at significant scale. In the process of doing so I solve multi-domain infrastructure challenges. The multi-spectral imaging systems I built have collected many thousands of acres of images with 1-centimeter pixels.

Expert at the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences—2 years

I design and implement no-reference speech quality models. These models use convolutional neural nets and knowledge about speech processing and impairments to achieve prediction-truth correlations >0.91, outperforming state-of-the-art models.

Electronics Engineer at the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences—10 years

I designed and conducted experiments that answer unique questions about how human perception of aural and visual stimulus correlates to the performance of communication systems. I then analyzed, documented and presented the results in the appropriate conference or journal. Whether officially representing the U.S. Government to international standards bodies, providing consult in one of my areas of expertise, building and maintaining infrastructure, developing processes or building an entirely new research capability, I found the opportunity to solve challenging problems extremely rewarding.

Education and Personal Projects

Bachelor's (2006) and Master's (2007) in Electrical Engineering at University of Wyoming

Programming and Web Design

Photography—11 years