We are seeking graduate students!

The Radar Interferometry and Geospatial Science Laboratory (‘Radar Lab’) employs a variety of remote sensing instruments and geospatial techniques to study dynamic surface processes and environmental Earth system properties, with an emphasis on the Arctic and permafrost landscapes. The Radar lab has an emphasis on radar remote sensing modalities (e.g. InSAR, SAR, radar altimetry, and ground-penetrating radar), but also uses LiDAR, hyperspectral, and optical remote sensing techniques in conjunction with field work.

Please contact Roger Michaelides (roger.michaelides@wustl.edu) directly if interested in learning more about research opportunities in the Radar Lab. Please visit https://eeps.wustl.edu/graduate for details on the graduate program in the Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences.