SAR R&D Engineer

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I am currently a full-time Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Research and Development (R&D) Engineer.

I remain interested in and open to collaborations and research work. If you are interested in academic or industry-/business-oriented collaborations or partnerships please get in touch.

The Third Revolution, an intriguing talk by Jeremy Rifkin

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Volcanic Eruption & Flow, Drone footage

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Pick colors from an Image

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This useful web application allows you to pick colors from an image either by uploading it or by giving its url. This was very useful when writing an article.

ImageColorPicker.com

Insight, a mission to explore Mars’ Interior

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So far the only way to get any information about the interior of rocky planets was from the moment of inertia which is related to a planets mass distribution. This only allowed to estimate if a planet has a mantle and what the estimated thicknesses of the core and mantle are. Of course, other (remote sensing) methods like potential (gravity and magnetic) fields can also give more information about a planets interior. However, the only solid way to determine the layer interface and their depth and thicknesses is seismic imaging, a popular technique used to image Earth’s subsurface and interior.

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