My area of interest is remote sensing and geospatial data analysis. My work revolves around applications of geographic information science, photogrammetry, image processing, data science, and machine learning tools and techniques to understand and model various environmental changes and extreme events.  

Current activities

My research is centered on the comprehensive assessment and continuous monitoring of both short and long-term transformations in land and water resources, with a particular focus on their susceptibility to climate changes and extremes. I am dedicated to developing an automated methodology that utilizes a combination of cutting-edge remote sensing techniques and advanced modeling approaches to estimate water resources derived from high mountain glaciers. Additionally, I am expanding my expertise to gain deeper insights into climate-induced, glacier-induced, and land-induced geohazards, exploring their potential threats to the accessibility and utilization of available resources. As an active member of the Cranfield Land Information System (LandIS) team, I contribute to leveraging extensive soil data covering England and Wales. This valuable dataset provides rich insights into our land resources. Collaborating closely with esteemed organizations such as the Environment Agency, Defra, and Natural England, we are collectively exploring solutions to mitigate the impacts of climate change, aligning with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Recognizing the significance of disseminating knowledge, I am actively engaged as a lead and co-author in the creation of several impactful publications. I extend my sincere gratitude to my collaborators whose support has played a pivotal role in shaping the aims and outcomes of my research.


Environment Agency

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Natural England


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