Elahe Jamalinia

Elahe is a postdoctoral researcher for the carbon mapper project at the Asner Lab at Arizona State University’s Center for Global Discovery and Conservation Science (GDCS). Elahe did her Ph.D. research at Delft University of Technology (Delft, the Netherlands), her thesis entitled soil-vegetation-atmosphere interaction; in which she used remote sensing data as an indication for stability of dutch levees. She also worked for Waternet (Amsterdam water authority) as a Python developer to implement LiDAR data into geotechnical analysis. In 2021, she worked for SRON (Space Research Organization in the Netherlands) to develop the end-to-end simulator of Sentinel-7 satellite (Copernicus mission for CO2 Monitoring). Her research interest is to address earth challenges through remote sensing data by leveraging artificial intelligence.

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