Prof. Kaushik Gopalan
PhD - University of Central Florida, USA– Electrical Engineering (Satellite Remote Sensing), 2008; University of Central Florida, Masters in Electrical Engineering (Digital Signal Processing),2005; R V College of Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics & Communication,2003;
Associate Professor – Computer Science
From 2008 to 2011, he was a Researcher with the Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center, University of Maryland, College Park. He served as a Scientist with the Space Applications Centre - ISRO, Ahmedabad from 2011-2020.
Kaushik’s research has involved applying statistical analysis and methods to solve a variety of problems in the field of Satellite Remote Sensing, with a focus on the retrieval of geophysical parameters from satellite data; conceptually a “statistical inversion” problem where unmeasurable independent variables are inferred using measurable dependent variables. He has contributed to NASA’s Global Precipitation Mission and Tropical Rainfall Measurement Mission, and to ISRO’s Megha - Tropiques, INSAT-3DR, SCATSAT-1 and NAVIC missions in various capacities.
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