Anna E. Hogg

  • University Academic Fellow - University of Leeds

Research interests

I am a University Academic Fellow (UAF) in the School of Earth and Environment at the University of Leeds, working in the Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science (ICAS), and am co-director of the NERC SENSE Earth Observation Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT). 

My primary field of expertise is Earth Observation of the Polar regions, where over the past decade I have gained a detailed technical understanding of how to process a range of satellite data types, from a large number of Earth Observation satellites, using multiple processing techniques.

I have used satellite Earth Observation data to write journal papers on:

  • ice speed
  • grounding line location
  • ice elevation change
  • calving front migration

I am deeply connected to the international Earth Observation community, and through my role on the UK Space Agencies (UKSA) Earth Observation Advisory Committee (EOAC), I enjoy working with academics and space industry experts to identify scientific and industrial strategic goals that shape the future direction of our national Earth Observation capability.