About Me

I am a data scientist, currently with MeteoGroup. Through my career I have worked in fields spanning from ocean physics to transportation, energy, IoT, and beyond. I use a variety of machine learning techniques, spatio-temporal statistics, and numerical simulations to discover relationships in the underlying data and to build predictive models that can turn insight into actionable intelligence.

More Research Projects


Lead Data Scientist

2017 - present MeteoGroup

Data Scientist/Engineer

2015 - 2016 Telekom Innovation Labs/TU Berlin

Postdoctoral Research Scientist

2013 - 2015 NC State University

Research Assistant

2006 - 2013Florida State University Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies

Lab Technician

2003 - 2006 Florida State University Ahlquist Lab

Research Assistant Intern

2003StormCenter Communications, Inc.


Florida State University

PhD, Oceanography 2013
My dissertation work investigated coastal ocean circulation in the Florida Big Bend region of the Northeast Gulf of Mexico. I used an understanding of physical transport processes in the ocean to identify pathways for onshore transport of gag grouper larvae. My primary advisors for this work were Dr. Eric P. Chassignet and Dr. Steven L. Morey.

B.S., Meteorology (cum laude) 2007
B.S., Mathematics (cum laude) 2007


Project Supervisor

Internet of Services Lab
Technische Universität Berlin, Winter 2015/2016 and Summer 2016

Guest Lecturer (8 Lectures)

MEA642: Observational Methods and Data Analysis in Marine Physics
NC State University, Spring 2014

Guest Lecturer (1 Lecture)

OCE4017: Issues in Environmental Science
Florida State University, Spring 2013

Scientist in the Classroom

Stars Middle School Career Day
Tallahassee, FL, May 2012


Antarctic Research Facility Tour
Florida State University, July and December 2011


Young Scholars Program
Florida State University, Summer 2009

Guest Lecturer (1 Lecture)

OCE4017: Issues in Environmental Science
Florida State University, Fall 2008


ELTE Data Science & Engineering Department Inauguration
TU Berlin Report: http://www.snet.tu-berlin.de/...
Telekom Press Release: http://www.telekom.com/media/company/321718
ELTE Press Release: http://www.elte.hu/...
Hír TV (in Hungarian language, 09:15-11:58): http://aszt.inf.elte.hu/...

Shipwreck discovery off North Carolina coast
NC State Press Release: https://news.ncsu.edu/2015/07/shipwreck-2015/
CNN Report: http://edition.cnn.com/...
NBC Report: http://www.nbcnews.com/news/...
Washington Post: http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...
Boston Globe: http://www.bostonglobe.com/news/...

Florida State University featured student profile


D.M. McVeigh, D.B. Eggleston, Todd, A.C., C.M. Young, and R. He (2017): The influence of larval migration and dispersal depth on potential potential larval trajectories a deep-sea bivalve. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 127, 57-64. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr.2017.08.002

Johansen, C., A.C. Todd, and I. MacDonald (2017): Time series video analysis of bubble release processes at natural hydrocarbon seeps in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Marine Petroleum Geology 82, 21-34. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2017.01.014

Todd, A.C., S.L. Morey, and E.P. Chassignet (2014): Circulation and cross-shelf transport in the Florida Big Bend. Journal of Marine Research 72, 446-475. https://doi.org/10.1357/002224014815540660

Todd, A.C. (2013): Circulation dynamics and larval transport mechanisms in the Florida Big Bend. Florida State University, PhD Dissertation, 90pp.