Moby Khan is spatial scientist and has joined CSU in January, 2020. Prior to joining CSU, he was working in Swinburne University of Technology as Adj. Associate professor on remote sensing for water resources. He holds a doctorate from ITC, University of Twente, Netherlands. His doctoral thesis focused on mapping and monitoring of crop production systems using Remote sensing and GIS along with crop production estimation using crop growth algorithms with remote sensing data. In 2013, he researched on geospatial technologies for disaster management as a post doc researcher at the department of computer science and informatics, Cardiff University, UK.
Dr Khan has about ten years of university teaching and research experience with execution and implementation of geospatial projects specializing in remote sensing, GIS and modelling in agriculture, forestry, groundwater, and natural resource management. He has also supervised more than 20 masters’ students and two PhD researchers to the completion of their degrees. He has been geospatial lead in many projects funded by international organizations (e.g. Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Applications of geospatial science for agriculture, surface & groundwater, forests and allied natural resources.
Currently, I am working as a geospatial lead geospatial expert for a project “Improving groundwater management to enhance agriculture and farming livelihoods in Pakistan”. Funded by Australian Center For International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
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