William L. Stefanov is the NASA Associate International Space Station (ISS) Program Scientist for Earth Observations. He works with the international partners and instrument teams to coordinate collection, distribution, and analysis of remotely sensed data from the ISS in response to catastrophic events; and provides subject matter expertise to the ISS Program, NASA Science Mission Directorate, and Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS). As lead for the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit at NASA Johnson Space Center, Dr. Stefanov serves as the Principal Investigator of the ISS Crew Earth Observations Facility and oversees a group providing support to the ISS Program for NASA ISS remote sensing assets. His research interests include the use of visible through microwave remote sensing techniques to investigate urban and peri-urban geology/geohazards, climatology, and ecology.
NASA + GA Present: Space Night
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