I am a Researcher in the Precision Agriculture Center of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. My research focuses on improving nutrient management for rain-fed crops to reduce environmental pollution and optimize yield. I use a combination of remote and proximal sensing, spatial statistics and machine learning to map and match within-field spatial variability of nutrients. My research group employs both multi-spectral and hyper-spectral sensors on drone platforms to quantify plant stress and make variable rate nutrient prescriptions while considering farmer’s return on investment (ROI) and the environment. I hold a Ph.D. degree in Precision Agriculture and a masters degree in Soil Science and GIS from the University of Minnesota. My work experience include Precision Agronomist for CHS, the largest farmers’ cooperative in United States where I helped farmers in North Dakota and South Dakota with variable rate technology (VRT) including yield data mapping, precision soil mapping, as well as fertilizer, lime and seed variable rate prescriptions. I am also an Ingenieur d'Etat and laureate of the ENA-Meknes school. Lastly, I am a certified crop adviser (IPNI) in the state of Minnesota (CCA) where I provide VRT consultation for farmers.