|Stella Mutai |
PhD student with the
Climate-ecosystem-disturbance interactions group
room: C1.018 (tower)
My research focuses on bridging the disciplines of Data science approaches to the classification of ecosystem disturbances from satellite remote sensing. Quantifying trends in intensity, recurrence and recovery responses of different disturbances, as well as their impact on carbon and nutrient cycles,using methods such as spatiotemporal clustering and other machine-learning methods
My current research focuses on Data science approaches to the classification of ecosystem disturbances from satellite remote sensing.
CV: Since 03/2020 PhD Student at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena. 2017-2019 Msc Geoinformation Science and Earth Observation from University of Twente Netherlands 2012-2016 Bsc Geospatial Information Science from Dedan Kimathi University of Technology Kenya
1) Gi4DM2020 Climate Change and Disaster Management Technology and Resilience in a Troubled World from 30 November 2020 – 4 December 2020: presented a paper "Post-fire hazard detection using ALOS-2 radar and Landsat-8 optical imagery". 2) 3rd RCMRD International Conference and 4th AfriGEO SYMPOSIUM 13th-16th August 2019. Theme being "Earth Observation for Evidence Based Decision Making"