Soe W Myint
Soe W. Myint is a Professor in the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning at ASU.
Research Interests include remote sensing; GIS; geospatial statistics; land use land cover change and prediction; assessment and monitoring of drought, land degradation, and desertification; landscape fragmentation; urban environmental modeling including urban water use and climate analysis; forest characterization including coastal environments; disaster assessment, recovery, and monitoring; agriculture water use, evapotranspiration, and surface energy analysis; spatial modeling; and classification algorithm development.
He has been serving as a Senior Sustainability Scientist in the Global Institute of Sustainability. He received an Outstanding Achievement Award (American Association of Geographers – AAG Remote Sensing Specialty Group - RSSG), Prominent Alumnus of Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Best Paper Award for Early Career Scholars in Remote Sensing (AAG – RSSG), AITAA Distinguished Alumni Award (2007), USGS scholar award (International Conference on GIScience, 2000), Intergraph Young Scholar award (UCGIS, 2002), and CPGIS Scholar, 2005. He has served as President, Vice President, Membership Chair, and Director of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) - Southwest US Region. He also served as Chair, Vice Chair, and Director of the AAG – RSSG.