Landmine Authors

  • Rehan is a senior at James Madison University, studying Writing Rhetoric and Technical Communications. After graduation he hopes to work with nonprofits dealing with social equality. He is excited and interested in learning more about the application of drones and how he can create one to effectively detect and detonate landmines. In his free time Rehan enjoys making music and going to live shows.
  • Marshall is a Junior at James Madison University, pursuing a degree in Intelligence Analysis, with a minor in History. He has always had an interest in utilizing technology in order to solve problems, which led him to research more on drones and their uses around the world. Marshall is very excited to see the fulfillment of the Landmines project, and looks forward to helping solve challenges by utilizing various technologies in the future.
  • Eric is a junior Intelligence Analysis Major and double minoring in Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies. As a child of Cambodian refugees, he is invested in solutions to the problem of clearing the estimated five million mines that are still active in Cambodian rural zones. He hopes to find work addressing global issues and the Detection and Detonation Drone project is a great place to start. Eric lives with Odin, his Norwegian Elkhound.
  • Daniel is a senior communications studies major with a concentration in advocacy and a minor in writing. After graduation, he hopes to get a job working in advocacy or government. He's very interested in how drone technology can be used to solve complicated humanitarian issues. In his free time he enjoys reading and playing tennis.
  • Bailey is a junior Computer Science student at JMU with a Math and Robotics Minor. Growing up he was involved in several robotics teams and was Captain of his High Schools Robotics Team senior year. He is currently in the process of building several Smart Robots to aid in everyday life.
  • Dalton is currently a junior Biology major with a pre-pharmacy track at James Madison University. He hopes to work in the medical field post graduation and go to pharmacy school. This course is intellectually challenging in problem solving and creating solutions to real world problems.

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