Brian Amaro is an undergraduate from Johns Creek, Georgia. He is interested in how machine learning can be used to understand physical processes on the Earth and beyond. He is advised by Mathieu Lapôtre in Stanford's Earth and Planetary Science Department and Dustin Schroeder in Stanford's Geophysics Department. His current research involves applying computer vision methods to study boulder distributions on the Moon at a global scale. Outside of research, Brian enjoys electric longboarding, spikeball, and seeing the world.