• calicata antumapu

    SIMPOSIO EN CIENCIAS DEL SUELO CHILE - AUSTRALIA

    10 de Agosto, 2018  09:00hrs.
    Santiago, Chile.

  • facultad agronomia uchile

    SIMPOSIO EN CIENCIAS DEL SUELO CHILE - AUSTRALIA

    10 de Agosto, 2018  09:00hrs.
    Santiago, Chile.

  • calicata antumapu

    SIMPOSIO EN CIENCIAS DEL SUELO CHILE - AUSTRALIA

    10 de Agosto, 2018  09:00hrs.
    Santiago, Chile.

  • horizonte antumapu

    SIMPOSIO EN CIENCIAS DEL SUELO CHILE - AUSTRALIA

    10 de Agosto, 2018  09:00hrs.
    Santiago, Chile.

Professor Cristian Mattar Ph.D.

Cristian Mattar is Ing. Natural Renewable Resources at University of Chile, he received the MSc and PhD in thermodynamics and Environmental Physics from the University of Valencia, España, in 2009 and 2011, respectively. He is founder membership of the Laboratory for Analysis of the Biosphere (LAB) at University of Chile and he is currently working as Associate Professor at University of Aysén in the Chilean Patagonia. His research expertise is related to calibration and validation of remote sensors, time series analysis over extreme biomes, soil moisture retrievals from satellites, off-shore wind power retrievals using Space Scatterometer information and forecast modeling, regional water balance using remote sensing and in-situ measurements. Dr. Mattar has participated in more than 50 peer-review papers, more than 70 contributions to national and international symposium and guided 20 undergraduates Thesis work in remote sensing for Natural Renewable Resources Eng. at University of Chile. He has led different research projects related to water resources management, biomass monitoring from satellites, Teleconnections Tropical Pacific – Antarctica, Multispectral UAV for precision agriculture and Models for Anthropogenic Marine Debris recognition using very high remote sensing techniques unique in Chile. He has been participated as an international expert in the Copernicus European global data base panel for soil moisture and land surface temperature and carried out the first in-flight calibration of the Chilean Satellite Fasat-C for environmental monitoring. Dr. Mattar has participated in several field campaigns supported by European Space Agency (ESA), the European Union and the first Atacama Desert surface spectral characterization, Chile.