Assoc. Prof. Dimitar Ouzounov (Chapman University, USA)
Research Scientist with more then 20 years of experience in Geophysics, Satellite Earth Observations, and Geocomputing. Conducts research on utilizing near-space Earth observations for studying geodynamics processes. Contributed in validation of the new geophysical theory of Lithosphere-atmosphere-ionosphere coupling in relation to earthquake processes. Devised advanced diagnostics of the atmospheric environment associated with natural and man-made disasters by surveying the Earth's electromagnetic environment. Coordinates international initiatives on utilizing space-borne and ground observations for earthquake hazard risk assessments. Won multiple NASA grants and published more than 150 papers.
Teaches Satellite applications in Natural Hazards at Chapman University. Keynote speaker at international conferences. Hosted sessions on AGU, WPGM, AOGS, ESC and SPIE conferences.
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