An Empirical and Dynamic tool for Prediction of Forest Fire Spread Using Remote Sensing and Machine Learning Technique
University of the Sunshine Coast
I will be joining the Higher Degree by Research program at the school of Science Technology and Engineering, University of the Sunshine Coast. My proposed research topic is “An Empirical and Dynamic tool for Prediction of Forest Fire Spread Using Remote Sensing and Machine Learning Technique”, which mainly focuses on forest fire prediction mapping.
I have completed my Master of Technology degree in Remote Sensing and GIS in 2019 at the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, ISRO, Dehradun, India. I received the award for Best Paper at an international conference for the research component of my Master’s Degree.
Since completing my Master’s degree, I have been working with several organisations on different projects;
- GB Pant National Institute of Himalayan Studies, Uttarakhand, India: Project – 3D Visualization and Analysis of Water Resource
- The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ), India: Project – Developing GIS Database for the Industrial Parks Under SEIP II Project.
- Uttarakhand Pollution Control Board: Project – Development of Guidelines for Greening of Industrial Parks in Uttarakhand.
In my free time I enjoy cricket, walking, hiking, cycling, swimming and reading.