Remote Sensing

Remote sensing (satellite, airborne, and ground-based) is increasingly being used as technique to probe the Earth's atmosphere, ocean and land surfaces. Probing of other planets is accomplished largely by satellite remote sensing. Given national priorities in such areas as climate and global change, natural hazards, and homeland security, the interest in remote sensing will only increase with time. Graduate students, research staff and faculty at Georgia Tech presently work on a wide variety of topics, ranging from the theory of remote sensing to its applications.

Academic & Research Faculty:
Research Scientist II
Senior Research Scientist
Associate Professor
Research Scientist II
Professor
Senior Research Scientist
Senior Research Scientist
Current Graduate Students:
Advisor:
Sokolik, Dr. Irina