Maged Marghany

Geomatika University College

Prof. Dr. Maged Marghany is the author of “Advanced Remote Sensing Technology for Tsunami Modelling and Forecasting” which was published by Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, CRC. Prof. Dr. Maged Marghany is currently a professor of microwave remote sensing at Geomatika University College, Malaysia. He has led several projects related to the application of SAR to Malaysian coastal waters, funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Malaysia (MOSTE) and also the Ministry of High Education in Malaysia (MOHE). His research is directed towards the use of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data for modeling shoreline changes and developing a new approach for forecasting oil slick trajectory movements. He teaches at postgraduate levels on the topic of digital image processing and microwave remote sensing. Prof. Maged Marghany established a new research method regarding four-dimensional forecasting, which was published in his book “Advanced Remote Sensing Technology for Tsunami Modelling and Forecasting” in addition to involving quantum theory for forecasting tsunamis. Prof. Dr. Maged Marghany (1967) was awarded the ESA Post-doctoral Fellowship by the International Institute of Aerospace and Earth Observation (ITC) in Enschede, the Netherlands, funded by the European Space Agency (ESA) for one year from March 2000 to March 2001. Prof. Dr. Maged has published over 270 papers in international conferences and indexed journals. He is also the editor of three books published by the rapidly growing IntechOpen publisher.

4books edited

9chapters authored

Latest work with IntechOpen by Maged Marghany

Nowadays, advanced remote sensing technology plays tremendous roles to build a quantitative and comprehensive understanding of how the Earth system operates. The advanced remote sensing technology is also used widely to monitor and survey the natural disasters and man-made pollution. Besides, telecommunication is considered as precise advanced remote sensing technology tool. Indeed precise usages of remote sensing and telecommunication without a comprehensive understanding of mathematics and physics. This book has three parts (i) microwave remote sensing applications, (ii) nuclear, geophysics and telecommunication; and (iii) environment remote sensing investigations.

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