Nimrod Carmon completed his Ph.D. in the
Porter School of Environment and Earth Sciences at Tel-Aviv University,
where he studied imaging spectroscopy for terrestrial applications,
with an emphasis on empirical modeling.
He then joined JPL as a JPL Postdoctoral Fellow,
where he researched uncertainty quantification and propagation,
surface property retrieval algorithms,
and radiative transfer modeling for Imaging Spectroscopy.
His modeling philosophy is to reduce sophisticated forward models with elegant
simplifications that are computationally tractable while retaining high levels
of accuracy and physical meaning.
Imaging spectroscopy, geological surface composition, radiative transfer
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