Vern SINGHROY

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Vern SINGHROY
Adjunct Professor, Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics


Work E-mail: vsinghroy@gmail.com

Biography

Vern Singhroy is an internationally recognized expert on radar remote sensing applications. He was the chief scientist at the Canada Centre of Remote Sensing of the Canadian Space Agency, RADARSAT Constellation Mission, launched in June 2019. Vern received his Ph.D. in environmental and resource engineering from the State University of New York, Syracuse. He is a professional engineer. Dr. Singhroy published over 250 papers in scientific journals, proceedings, and books. He was the editor-in-chief of the Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, and he is the co-editor of four books, including of the Encyclopedia of Remote Sensing. He recently edited a book published by Springer in January 2021 on Advanced Remote Sensing for Infrastructure Monitoring. Dr. Singhroy has been a Professor of Earth Observation at the International Space University in Strasbourg, France and he is an adjunct professor in Planetary and Space Sciences at the University of New Brunswick. Vern received the prestigious Gold Medal Award from the Canadian Remote Sensing Society and the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal for his contributions to Canadian and international remote sensing applications and education.

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