Dr. Yann H. Chemin’s research spans geography, cartography, energy balance, agriculture, land and water processes, rocky (minor) planets and the Moon. His credentials are a BSc in International Agri-Development (1995, France), an MSc in Land and Water Resources Management (1996, UK), a DTSc in RS/GIS Applications (2006, Thailand), and a BSc in Planetary Sciences with Astronomy (2016, UK). He worked on the Chandrayaan-1 M3 sensor and its hyperspectral applications on the Apollo 12 landing site and on Ceres craters. As of May 16, 2019, he has joined the JRC, Italy. In spring 2021, he started a CBA in Security, Defense and Space at University of Nice (France).