Title Assistant Professor
Department Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences
Kaiyu Guan is an ecohydrologist and a remote sensing expert. He uses satellite data, computational models, field work, data-assimilation and machine learning approaches to address how climate and human practices affect crop productivity, water resource availability, and ecosystem functioning. He has keen interests in applying my knowledge and skills in solving real-life problems, such as large-scale crop monitoring and forecasting, water management and sustainability, and global food security.
Research Area Ecohydrology, remote sensing, crop modeling and forecasting