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Karen Dreger
Karen Dreger
Phone:
(979) 458-9324
Email:
kdreger@geos.tamu.edu
Office:
GERG 125
Address:

Texas A&M University
833 Graham Road
College Station, Texas 77845 


Degrees:

Environmental Science and Policy, University of South Florida, August 2010

Environmental Science and Policy, University of South Florida, August 2007  


Karen Dreger

Sr. Marine Instrument Spec.
Ocean Sciences

Selected Publications

Murphy, R. R., Dreger, K. L., Newsome, S., Rodocker, J., Slaughter, B.,  Smith, R., Steimle, E., Kimura, T., Makabe, K., Kon, K., Mizumoto, H.,  Hatayama, M., Matsuno, F., Tadokoro, S. and Kawase, O. (2012), Marine heterogeneous multirobot systems at the great Eastern Japan Tsunami recovery. Journal of Field Robotics, 29: 819–831. 
 
Murphy, R.R.; Dreger, K.L.; Newsome, S.; Rodocker, J.; Steimle, E.;  Kimura, T.; Makabe, K.; Matsuno, F.; Tadokoro, S.; Kon, K.;. (2011). Use of remotely operated marine vehicles at Minamisanriku and Rikuzentakata Japan for disaster recovery. Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics (SSRR), 2011 IEEE International Symposium, 1-5 Nov 2011, 19-25. 
 
Lindemuth, M., Murphy, R., Steimle, E., Armitage, W., Dreger, K.,…Griffin, C. (2011). Sea Robot-Assisted Inspection. IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, 18:2, 96-107. 
 

Additional Information

Experience

Senior Marine Instrumentation Specialist, Geochemical and Environmental  Research Group, Texas A & M University, 2013 – 

Teaching Assistant - The Institute of Underwater Robotics and Oceanic  Technology, Duke TiP, Duke University, Summer 2012 

Research Engineer Technologist, Center for Ocean Technology, College of  Marine Science, University of South Florida, 2008 – 2013 

Student Research Assistant, College of Arts & Sciences, University of  South Florida, 2006 – 2008 

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