I received my bachelor’s degrees from the University of Tennessee in Applied Mathematics and Electrical Engineering in 2006, my Master’s in Electrical Engineering from NCSU in 2010 and my PhD in Electrical Engineering from NCSU in 2014. I am also proud to have been chosen as a recipient of the ASEE SMART Scholarship as part of the 2012 cohort of scholars. I have always loved science and engineering and focus my efforts on data analysis, signal processing and pattern recognition with applications in machine learning and computer vision.
- Hamilton Scott Clouse, Hamid Krim, and Wesam Sakla, “Applications of Polarimetric Diversity in Long-wave Infrared Video From a Low-flying Platform”, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems. 2013. Submitted. Preprint
- Hamilton Scott Clouse, Hamid Krim, Wesam Sakla, and Olga Mendoza-Schrock, “Vehicle Tracking Through the Exploitation of Remote Sensing and LWIR Polarization Science”, Proceedings of Polarization Science and Remote Sensing V. SPIE Optics. 2011. Preprint
- Hamilton Scott Clouse, Hamid Krim, and Olga Mendoza-Schrock. “A scaled, performance driven evaluation of the Layered-Sensing Framework utilizing polarimetric infrared imagery”, Proceedings of the Evolutionary and Bio-Inspired Computation: Theory and Applications V. SPIE Defense, Security, and Sensing. 2011. Preprint
- Patrick, Jim and Clouse, Hamilton Scott and Mendoza-Schrock, Olga and Arnold, Gregory. “A Limited Comparative Study of Dimension Reduction Techniques on CAESAR.” Proceedings of the IEEE 2010 National Aerospace and Electronics Conference. 2010. Preprint