Please join us at the SRC (IC1.49A) at 12pm on 18 June when Dr Dipak Paudyal will give a talk entitled 'Geospatial applications of Deep Learning (DL) and recent advances in the use of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) and Multispectral Imagery.'
Dipak Paudyal has a strong background in the science of remote sensing and has worked in the industry for more than 25 years — in government, academia, and the private industry — advocating real-world and practical applications of the technology.
Dipak holds an adjunct associate professorship with University of Queensland and is dual-certified by Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) for GIS (GISP-AP) and Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry (RS&P). Dipak is also a member of Earth Observation Australia (EOA) working group.
He holds a PhD in remote sensing, a master’s degree in natural resources management and a bachelor’s in civil engineering. Dipak specializes in radar remote sensing and his current interests lie in the application of AI in remote sensing.