Perry Naughton


My name is Perry Naughton and I am pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of California, San Diego. I am grateful to be a National Science Foundataion Graduate Research Fellow, a National Science Foundation Integrative Graduate Education and Research Trainee, and to recieve continued support from the Santa Barbara Foundation. I am concerned about conservation, especially in marine environments. Therefore, I am developing remote sensing and robotic technologies to make conservational efforts more effective. To get to know me better browse the links at the top or send me an email!

Some news articles that mention me and my work(or play).





I am proud to be part of the following research groups:

Center of Interdisciplinary Science for Art, Architecture and Archaeology (CISA3)

CISA3 develops tools and technology for the discovery, documentation, preservation and dissemination of important Cultural Heritage sites. You can find my CISA3 profile here.

Kastner Research Group

The Kastner Research group focuses on the advancement of embedded technology. At a high level, this technology includes devices that seamlessly integrate into our lives and facilitate tasking on the consumer, corporate and research level through advances in low-level computing.

Engineers for Exploration

The Engineers for Exploration pushes the limits of both conservation research and exploration through the development of remote imaging technology.
This is my blog. Unfortunately it is empty.

This website is the synthesis of many different influences around me. You are free to use whatever parts of this website that you wish, but in some cases it may be required to give credit to those I have given credit to below.

My first debt goes to Riley Yeakle who got me excited about github pages and jekyll

Most of my website was derived from another good friend's, Andrew Huynh, this includes the social icons for email, twitter and linkedin, most of the css, the idea to use 960 grid, etc. You will see similarities in our sites.

All of the icons I used are from the noun project, which has many awesome opensource .svg files. The ones that I am currently using are:

It is possible that I left some entity out that I should have given credit to. This was not intentional. Please email me and I will fix it.