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College of Natural Resources

Center for Geospatial Analytics

Siamak Khorram

Siamak is professor of remote sensing and image processing with a joint faculty appointment at North Carolina State University and UC Berkeley. With expertise in remote sensing, image processing, and geospatial analytics and technologies, Siamak has served as principal investigator on over 60 funded research projects and has advised over 30 PhD and MS students. He is (co)author of over 200 publications on applications of remote sensing in water resources, forest resources, land use/cover, change detection, algorithms for automating image classification, and data fusion. Siamak is Founding Director of the Center for Earth Observation and served as Dean and Vice President for Academic programs, Chair of the Academic Council, and he is now a member the Board of Trustees for the International Space University in Strasbourg, France. He is currently leading a NASA-sponsored effort to integrate Earth Observation data with wildland fire modeling and is PI for a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional, UC Berkeley-based project entitled, “Development of New Geospatial Tools for Wildland Fire Management & Risk Reduction.”



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