Dr. Yann H. Chemin’s research spans geography, cartography, energy balance, agriculture, land and water processes, and more recently 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. Most recently, he also worked on Ceres craters. As of May 16, 2019, he is joining the JRC, Italy.