Centre for Space Science and Technology Education in Asia and the Pacific
How to apply?
Applications are invited from candidates in countries of Asia and the Pacific Region for the 9th P.G. Course in Satellite Meteorology and Global Climate. All the candidates need to be nominated by recognized institutions. Nominating institutions ensure that on return, the scholar will be given opportunity to work ion a development oriented activity in the area of newly acquired knowledge and skills. The execution of one year research project work in his/her respective country is the beginning of this process and it is assumed that sponsoring authority will facilitate one year research project in the home country. However, the Centre will provide long disastance scientific guidance.
SATMET Course at a glance
The Satellite Meteorology nad Global Climate Course of 9 months duration have two semesters spread in three modules. The first module covers basic concepts in Satellite Meteorology and Remote Sensing, besides image interpretation aspects. The second module will focus on parameter retrieval and specific application areas using mainly digital information. Problems specific to the region and modeling aspects will also be covered here. In the third module, each scholar will formulate and execute a Pilot Project under the guidance of the faculty.