Research work

My primary research areas include theoretical development and applications of remote sensing technologies to estimate the planting area of crop, monitor crop growth, and predict grain yields at variable spatial and temporal scales; theoretical development of algorithms to detect crop stresses, including disease and nutrient deficiencies, with remote and in-situ measurements; field radiometry, and corrections of atmospheric effects of satellite imagery; vegetation indices, data fusion, and assimilation techniques to quantitatively derive crop physical and biophysical properties.