Karim Panjvani

Research Technician/Engineer, Root-Soil-Microbial Interactions

Karim Panjvani began working in Root-Soil-Microbial Interactions lab as a Research Technician/Engineer in November 2018, where he is providing support for acquisition, processing and analysis of data using various 2D and 3D imaging technologies.
 
Karim received Diploma (2011) and Bachelor’s degree (2014) in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Gujarat Technological University, India. His interest lies in programming and embedded systems development. He worked as Embedded Software/Firmware developer at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)' automotive embedded systems domain in India. During his time at TCS, he was part of feature development team for Advanced Driver Assistant System (ADAS) for the world's leading automotive safety product manufacturer. After working for more than a year, he came to University of Saskatchewan to pursue further studies at master's level in Electrical Engineering. His master's thesis work focused on LiDAR-based system development for shoot phenotyping under the Plant Phenotyping and Imaging Center (P2IRC) project.
 
Karim is interested in exploring the field of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and applying those techniques in data/image processing and analysis in the phenotyping. He is also passionate for the embedded systems development and hardware programming.