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ElectroScience Laboratory

ElectroScience Laboratory at The Ohio State University
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ElectroScience Laboratory

Remote Sensing

RF and microwave remote sensing uses active and passive RF and microwave systems to observe the:
  • ocean,
  • atmosphere,
  • terrain,
  • earth crust, and
  • other environments.

Data from these sensors are critical for:

  • earth science,
  • land use monitoring,
  • oil and gas exploration and
  • global climate studies.

ESL research develops models, techniques, and systems for Earth remote sensing.

Our ultimate goal is the inclusion of our technologies in borehole, air- and space-borne remote sensing systems. We collaborate with industry, NASA and other agencies in modeling and testing of new sensors and in data analysis for current sensors.

Remote Sensing

Remote Sensing

Faculty/Researcher Contact:  
Dr. Robert Burkholder, Prof. Joel Johnson,
Prof. Fernando Teixeira