I am Bijan Seyednasrollah,

Multidisciplinary Data Scientist

I am interested in solving complex spatial and temporal processes using big data and informatics to tackle real world problems.

Here’s some examples of my recent projects

Ranging from environmental sciences to cutting-edge engineering problems.

PhenoCam Data Descriptor

Tracking vegetation phenology across diverse biomes using Version 2.0 of the PhenoCam Dataset

Flux Puppy

Flux Puppy – Open-source software application to measure fluxes


WIAD: Wood Image Analysis and Dataset

Data extraction from digital repeat photography using xROI: An interactive framework to facilitate the process

Drought Eye

Monitoring Thermal Stress in Near Real-time


Delineate Region of Interests (ROI's) and Extract Time-Series Data from Digital Repeat Photography Images

Functional traits

A hierarchical framework for continental-scale modeling of plant functional traits across the US.

Monitoring droughts

Remotely sensed monitroing of canopy water stress based on land surface temperature.

Spring phenology

A state-space framework to model green-up phenology in the south-east over space and time.

Radiative energy

A scalable framework to quantify radiation on snow-covered forest floor for hydrologic purposes.


An analytic model to estimate viewable fraciton of sky for modeling natrual environments.

Oil reservoir

3-D simulations of multiphase flow through natural porous media in geological time steps.

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