Prof. Dr. Mukesh Singh Boori is Senior Scientist in Samara State Aerospace University Russia (03/2015–Present, funded by Russian Federation), Visiting Scientist/Professor at Hokkaido University Japan (12/2015–02/2016) and Adjunct Professor in American Sentinel University Colorado USA (07/2015–Present). He was involved in European Union Project as well as Visiting Assistant Professor in Palacky University Olomouc, Czech Republic (04/2013–06/2015), Ruhr University Bochum Germany (09/2014–12/2014) and University of Leicester, UK (Honorary Fellow 2014) funded by European Union; at the same time he was Assistant Professor in JECRC University India (01/2013–06/2015). He was Scientist in Satellite Climate Studies Branch (NOAA/NASA) selected by National Research Council (NRC) Central Govt. of USA Washington DC. During that time he completed his Postdoc from University of Maryland USA (10/2012). He has done PhD (EIA & Management of Natural Resources) from Federal University – RN (UFRN) Natal –RN Brazil (08/2011) funded by Brazil–Italy Govt. fellowship. He has done Predoc (Earth & Environmental Science) from Katholieke University Leuven Belgium (08/2008) selected by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) New Delhi India and funded by Govt. of Belgium. He has done MSc (Remote sensing & GIS) from MDS University Ajmer (2004) and BSc (Bio-group) from University of Rajasthan Jaipur India (2002). In early career he was scientist in JSAC/ISRO (2006-2007) and before that Lecturer (PG) at MDS University Ajmer (2005-2007Sessions). He received international awards/fellowships from UK, USA, Brazil, Italy, Indonesia, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Russia, Japan and India. He known Six Language and visit four Continents for Awards, Meetings, Trainings, Field Trips, Seminars and Conferences. He is an active Organizing Committee Member in Earth & Space Science Conferences, Co-Chaired a session and gave Conference Opening Ceremony Speech as Reynold Speaker (08/2012) at Chicago USA. He is editor and member of more than 10 International Scientific Societies/Journals/Committees (including ELSEVIER) related to Earth & Space Science; which include organize conferences. His prime research interest is “EIA and Management of Natural Resources through Remote Sensing & GIS Technology”. He has more than 60 International Publications including Books as a first author on Vulnerability, Risk Assessment and Climate Change.
A Comparison of Land Surface Temperature, Derived from AMSR-2, Landsat and ASTER Satellite Data