Fulbright-Lancaster University Award in Faculty of Science and Technology
Josh Miller is twenty-three years old and from Johnson City, TN. Since a little kid, he’s always been fascinated by mathematics and nature, which is why his research has largely centered around biological/environmental modeling. Since artificial intelligence has improved by leaps and bounds in the past few years, he has made it his goal to leverage machine learning to study the environment, specifically climate change. Thus, he believes Lancaster University will be a great place to put this into practice. His project will involve using AI to estimate the amount of ozone produced by wildfires in Europe, and he believes that the Lancaster faculty's expertise in academic chemistry and geospatial data analysis will synergize well with his programming skills. When he’s not busy studying and conducting research, he looks forward to exploring the beautiful countryside in Lancaster and going on lots of hikes.