Brennan Teddy

Graduate Instructor
Agricultural Sciences Department

Office: 248 McAdams Hall


 Educational Background

Ph.D. Agriculture
Clemson University In Progress

M.S. Plant and Environmental Sciences
Clemson University 2020

B.S. Agricultural Mechanization and Business
Clemson University 2018

 Courses Taught

AGM 2210 & 2211: Surveying Earthwork and Area Measurements


Brennan is a native of Shelby, North Carolina. He received his B.S. in Agricultural Mechanization and Business and M.S. in Plant and Environmental Sciences from Clemson University. In addition to pursuing his Ph.D. in Agriculture with a concentration in Agricultural Systems Management, Brennan also instructs AGM 2210: Surveying Earthwork and Area Measurements. Many of the topics covered in AGM 2210 are also within Brennan's research interests including GPS technologies and applications, GIS applications, remote sensing, aerial imagery data collection and analysis, and UAVs. Additional research interests include cotton harvest technologies, precision agriculture components, and commodity traceability. Brennan also serves as a teaching assistant for AGM 4100: Precision Agriculture Technologies each Spring semester.

 Research Interests

Precision Agriculture
Image Analysis & Machine Learning
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Implementation and use of Global Positioning Systems (GPS)


Novel Methods for RGB Aerial Image Analysis (MS Thesis)