Nanyang Technological University • Assistant Professor

Mr. Amal Chandran is an Aerospace Engineer with a research background in atmospheric science. At NTU, Amal serves as the Associate Director for Space Technology at the Satellite Research Centre. He received a PhD from the University of Colorado in Aerospace Engineering Sciences in 2010. Amal’s research interests are in the field of instrumentation for Earth remote sensing and space weather monitoring on small satellite platforms, small satellite technology development, atmospheric dynamics and whole atmosphere climate modelling. He continues to serve as Principal Investigator for the first INSPIRESat scheduled for flight in 2019.