Dr Jonathan Beaudoin joins QPS development team
QPS (New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada) welcomes Dr. Jonathan Beaudoin to it's product development team.
Jonathan earned his undergraduate degrees in Geomatics Engineering and Computer Science from the University of New Brunswick (UNB) in Fredericton, NB, Canada. He continued his studies at UNB under the supervision of Dr. John Hughes Clarke of the Ocean Mapping Group and after completing his PhD studies in the field of refraction related echo sounding uncertainty, Jonathan took a research position at the University of New Hampshire’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping in 2010. At UNH, he carried on in the field of his PhD research and also joined the ongoing seabed imaging and characterization efforts. While at UNH, he also played a leading role in establishing the Multibeam Advisory Committee, an NSF funded effort to provide technical support to seabed mapping vessels in the US academic fleet. Jonathan returned to Canada in late 2013 where he joined the Fredericton, NB office of QPS. Having participated in nearly 40 mapping cruises in which he used most modern multibeam mapping systems, Jonathan brings valued field experience and domain knowledge to the QPS team.