University of Maryland
Isaac Moradi has completed his first PhD from Kharazmi University in Climatology and Environmental Planning and his second PhD in Radio and Space Science from Chalmers University of Technology and postdoctoral studies from ESSIC, University of Maryland. He is currently a Research Scientist at University of Maryland collaborating with NOAA and NASA on different topics including developing long-term climate data records from satellite data, data assimilation, radiative transfer modeling, and product retrieval. He has published more than 25 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of repute. Additionally, in the past he has served as convener and co-convener of many sessions at AGU Fall Meeting and EGU General Assembly.
Retrieving geophysical variables from microwave satellite data, Solar radiation resource assessment, Developing new sensor concepts especially for measuring tropospheric humidity