(Evolutionary biology; Geography, Environment & Natural Resources Management)
Dr. Anna Brook is a lecturer in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of Haifa, and head of the Spectroscopy and Remote Sensing Laboratory. She received her PhD in Environmental Sciences from the Porter School of Environmental Studies at Tel-Aviv University (2011) and completed her post-doctorate at DLR (German Aerospace Center).
Her current research interests include image and signal processing, automation target recognition, sub-pixel detection, spectral models across NIR-MIR regions and study of atmospheric models. The main focus is on the development of data fusion techniques and performing efficient algorithms for integrated data.
Dr. Brook has served as project researcher in the CISS Department of the Royal Military Academy of Belgium; researcher and ground teams head for EUFAR project ValCalHyp (2010), Toulouse, France; and as remote sensing and GIS project coordinator and advisor on "Hyperspectral Technique for Minefields Detection with Airborne Sensors" for LR Group in Angola, Africa.