Assistant Professor [NIAS]
M.B. Rajani is a faculty member at the NIAS, Bangalore. Her research interests are in Landscape-Archaeology and geo-spatial-analysis for cultural heritage. She uses space/air based remote sensing images to interpreting earth’s surface and subsurface features in order to extract information that enhances our understanding of the archaeology of an area. She complements remote sensing study with ground truth and GPS survey, and integrates spatial information from multiple sources using GIS technologies. Her doctoral research was in the field of space-based archaeological investigation, awarded PhD in 2011 and she received the Rachapudi Kamakshi Memorial Young Geospatial Scientist Award for this work.
|Enhancing our Real World with 3D/4D-printing and Remote-Sensing Imagery||Nov 17||@11:30 am - 12:30 pm|