My research is centered in the areas of geomathematics, remote sensing, cryospheric and atmospheric sciences and climate variability, as well as engineering related to development of new Earth observation technology.
development of physically constrained mathematical and statistical methods and applications in physical sciences, cryospheric and atmospheric sciences, geophysics, oceanography, geology, glaciology, ecology, geogr, airborne and satellite remote-sensing technology, development of algorithms, laser altimetry, spatial statistical analysis, surface roughness, Arctic climate change, energy transfer cryosphere - atmosphere, Arctic sea ice, Greenland, Antarctica, Iceland and Alaska, signal processing
CSCI 6940 - Master's Degree Candidacy
For students who need to be registered for the purpose of taking the master's comprehensive exam and who are not otherwise registered. Credit does not count toward degree requirements.