Ph.D. Student, University of Guelph
Supervisor: Dr. Claudia Wagner-Riddle
About Setareh Alamdar
Setareh comes from Iran. She holds a master’s degree in Environmental Engineering, specializing in soil, which she obtained from the University of Tehran. Throughout her academic journey, she has developed a profound interest in the intersection of machine learning, climate change, and soil health. Her research revolves around leveraging machine learning techniques to analyze the impact of climate change on soil and explore various aspects of precision agriculture. By employing these innovative tools, she aims to contribute to the advancement of sustainable farming practices. Her aspirations extend beyond academia, as she envisions applying her knowledge and expertise in the realm of smart agriculture. By pursuing a Ph.D., she hopes to broaden her involvement in this field and make substantial contributions to its growth within the industry sector. Her ultimate goal is to catalyze improvements in smart agriculture, ensuring a more efficient and environmentally friendly approach to food production. She firmly believes that by actively participating in protecting our natural resources, we can create a better and more sustainable future.