Mark Friedl

Mark Friedl named CAS William Goodwin Aurelio Professor of Mathematics and Science

The William Goodwin Aurelio Professorship in Mathematics and Science is given to an outstanding faculty member working in any mathematical or natural sciences field at BU. E&E Professor Mark Friedl was nominated and awarded world-class research in ecology, micro-meteorology, and remote sensing. Professor Friedl has built a massive database of satellite observations to study changing […]

Assistant Professor Christoph Nolte’s NASA-ROSES Proposal is Accepted

Assistant Professor Christoph Nolte’s NASA-ROSES Proposal for Comparing the effectiveness of conservation instruments in the Colombian andes biodiversity hotspot has been accepted. Co-Investigators include postdoctoral associates Paulo Arévalo and Eric Bullock. Collaborators include Professors Mark Friedl and Curtis Woodcock of Earth & Environment, Gustavo Galindo of the Institute of Hydrology, Meteorology, and Environmental Studies, Clara Matallana of the […]

Three E&E professors recognized as Highly Cited Researcher

Professors Mark Friedl, Ranga Myneni, and Curtis Woodcock have been recently recognized as “Highly Cited Researchers” in the interdisciplinary “Cross Field” category by Clarivate Analytics for the year 2018. Clarivate runs the Web of Science and recognized a total of 20 researchers from BU. The list identifies scientists who have demonstrated significant influence through publication of […]