Mallik Mahmud

Title: 
Assistant Professor
Mallik Mahmud
Contact Information
Address: 

Office: Burnside Hall 308C

Email address: 
mallik.mahmud [at] mcgill.ca
Research areas: 
Arctic
Sea Ice
Snow
Microwave Remote Sensing
Biography: 

Research Interest

Dr. Mahmud's research endeavours fall under the broad spectrum of Arctic sea ice research in a warming climate. At McGill, he spearheads a collaborative, HQP-driven, field-based research program in the Arctic. He applies remote sensing and sea ice geophysical techniques for examining emergent atmosphere-sea ice-ocean properties and processes at critical scales. Dr. Mahmud seeks to understand how snow-covered sea ice in the Arctic changes in the new climate regime and how it affects critical snow/sea ice geophysical parameters retrieval. He leverages advanced remote sensing technologies, including low-frequency surface-based and satellite-based radar systems, and geostatistical and machine learning methodologies to investigate Arctic sea ice across local and pan-Arctic scales.

Recent Arctic Fieldwork

MOSAiC Expedition

 

Publications

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Degree(s): 

Academic Background

Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada.

Scientist, Remote Sensing Institute, German Aerospace Center, Bremen, Germany.

Ph.D., Department of Geography, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada.

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