Born out of our desire to mitigate the usage of sonar technology, SeaDeep provides the data, maps, required for sustainable, efficient, and safe development of the ocean.
We are passionate about saving the ocean. SeaDeep’s goal is is to fundamentally change the manner in which civil engineers perform pre/post construction surveys.
Our solution provides information of an unparalleled fidelity. Our highly efficient, detailed models are easy to implement, have simple operating requirements, and can be created to any scale.
Eric Osherow, CEO & Co-Founder, specializes in software: platform, big environmental data, management. Eric has a Master of Science in Innovation and Management from Tufts School of Engineering and has experience in business development, product management, design, and marketing. With a background leading multidisciplinary teams, initiatives to develop interdisciplinary research and products, Eric is well versed in the complexities associated with a variety of engineering disciplines.
Alok Chand, co-founder, a mechanical engineer, specializes in engineering design and operations. With experience as a Project Engineer in the Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Alok promotes adoption of sustainable technologies.
Dr. Karen Panetta, advisor, computer engineer, inventor, and the Dean of Graduate Education for the School of Engineering at Tufts University, develops signal and imaging processing algorithms, simulation tools and embedded systems for applications for robot vision, and biomedical imaging applications. Karen has won a number of awards for social impact, teaching and mentoring, ethics, and engineering education, including the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Math and Engineering Mentoring.
Shishir Paramathma Rao
Shishir Rao, co-founder, currently pursuing his Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering at Tufts University is a published researcher. Shishir's research includes 3D image-based modeling, image & video analytics, machine-learning, signal/image processing, 3D sensors.