Florida International University (FIU) is conducting a series of D&D Tech Talks
focusing on several D&D topics relevant to the DOE EM Complex. On January 18, 2022,
FIU will feature a Tech Talk from DOE Fellow Roger Boza on his research performed at
FIU’s Applied Research Center under DOE cooperative agreement focusing on using
deep learning techniques to detect infrastructure crack at DOE facilities.
Roger Boza received his Bachelor of Science degree in computer science with a track in software engineering at Florida International University (FIU) in April 2018. Mr. Boza is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Science with a focus on machine learning (M.L.), artificial intelligence (A.I.), and deep learning (D.L.) techniques. Roger was officially inducted as a Department of Energy (DoE) Fellow in November 2018 and is under the mentorship of Dr. Himanshu Upadhyay at FIU's Applied Research Center (ARC). In 2019, Mr. Boza started his journey as an intern at Idaho National Laboratory (INL), in which he has demonstrated his knowledge and expertise in M.L. and A.I. by contributing to various publications, as well as winning poster competition awards. Mr. Boza recently finished top-three at a virtual International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) competition as part of a global team, in which he leveraged the use of robotics and A.I. to facilitate the decommissioning of nuclear facilities. He has developed a passion for data science and its applications to enrich the quality of life through data analysis and is currently a Research Assistant for A.I. and Big Data at FIU's ARC.
Joining the meeting instructions
This event is being hosted using Microsoft Teams. It is required for every attendee to have this app installed on their desktop or mobile device. You can download this app from the following link or use the links of the sidebar for mobile devices.
This event is sponsored by The U.S. Department of Energy