NEural TransmissionS (NETS) Lab

I lead the NEural TransmissionS (NETS) Lab at Florida Institute of Technology. My students, collaborators, and I focus on developing deep learning models, traditional machine learning, and statistical analysis applied to various domains.

We use state of the art models for

  • Computer vision and natural language processing projects in aerospace engineering

  • Computer vision projects in medical imagery and climate science

  • Synthetic data generation for medical and computer vision applications

  • Statistical modeling and ML projects in global development and marine biology

  • Neural models for problems in genetics

Celebrating the successful end of our first year!

Meet the Group

Ryan T. White, Ph.D.

Director, NEural TransmissionS (NETS)

West Virginia, US

Mathematician with expertise in deep learning, computer vision, natural language processing, machine learning, probability, and statistics.

Graduate Students

Nehru Attzs, PhD student

Trinidad & Tobago

Lightweight object tracking for in-space applications

Minh Nguyen, PhD student

Vietnam

Generative models for synthetic EHR data

Mackenzie Meni, PhD student

Illinois, US

Automatic recognition of cancer-related colorectal features

William Harrington, MS student

US

Facial landmark tracking with low-cost stereographic cameras

Miles Svikhart, MS student

US

3D Pose Estimation

Undergraduate Students

Neel Shettigar

Ohio, US

Glacier Segmentation

Emily Happy

West Virginia, US

Glacier Segmentation
 

Emma Sandidge

US

3D Pose Estimation

Max Caiazza

US

Automatic recognition of cancer-related colorectal features

Giulio Martini

Italy

Synthetic 3D Data Generation

Joey Weatherwax

US

Synthetic 3D Data Generation

Former Students

Anthony Domingo Garcia Romano, B.S.
US & Dominican Republic

Glacier Segmentation

Nikhil Iyer, attending UF

Florida, US

Spacecraft Pose Estimation

Alex Bugielski, B.S. Applied Mathematics

US

Spacecraft Pose Estimation