ProfessorResearch Interest : Orbital and air-borne Remote Sensing, GIS application to physical resources & environment,Engineering geology, hydro-geology and environmental assessment and monitoring . Assessment of water demand and supply,Natural disaster - landslide and drought vulnerable area identification and alert information system for decision making
ProfessorResearch Interest : I process and analyse Passive and Active Microwave Remote Sensing data for soil moisture and vegetation studies.Recently my work has involved processing SAR Interferometry data for DEM and surface change studies.
ProfessorResearch Interest : Remote Sensing and GIS Applications to Terrain Analysis and Hydrology,Stereo Image Analysis and Digital Terrain Modelling .
ProfessorResearch Interest : Mineral systems studies and mineral exploration, understanding deep-seated mineral systems using a variety of remotely sensed data, GIS-based spatial information integration techniques for predicting mineral potential areas, 3D and 4D crustal modelling studies for understanding the tectonic and metallogenetic evolution of geological provinces.
Associate ProfessorResearch Interest : Geosemantics, knowledge-based systems, image information mining, cloud computing based Geocomputational systems, remote sensing, geospatial standards, interoperability, and sensor webs
Associate ProfessorResearch Interest : Optical and SAR Remote Sensing,SAR Polarimetry, SAR Interferometry,Polarimetric SAR Interferometry, SAR Statistical Analysis,Image Processing, Statistical Pattern Recognition
Assistant ProfessorResearch Interest : Satellite Remote Sensing, Atmospheric Aerosols, Atmospheric Science Data Analysis, Radiative Forcing, Climatology, Mineral Dust Deposition on Snowpack, Field Measurements.
"Remote sensing of aerosols and their climate effects, as well as assessing their potential impacts on hydrological cycle"
Assistant ProfessorResearch Interest : Remote sensing of cryosphere components, snow and glacier parameters retrieval algorithm/methodology development using SAR
interferometry and SAR polarimetry techniques, EM wave propagation in snow/ice/vegetation, development of radar polarimetry theory and polarimetric scattering theory, target decomposition model development, 3D and 4D SAR tomography, ionospheric effects on PolSAR, monitoring the natural and man-made disaster damages using PolSAR
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