Forrest Corcoran is a Ph.D. candidate at Oregon State University in the Civil Engineering Geomatics program with minor concentrations in Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence. He also holds a Master’s in Engineering Geology from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor’s in Geology from Colorado College. Forrest’s research focuses on the application of deep learning and mathematical modeling to remotely sensed data. In particular, he focuses on satellite derived bathymetry (SDB) data from NASA’s ICESat-2 spaceborne lidar system. His most recent work on recovering missing data from ICESat-2 was awarded the 2023 Talbert Abrams Outstanding Paper Award by PE&RS.