Anam Bayazid

Intern at United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs

Master's Student

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Anam Bayazid is an engineer with a passion for earth observation and space exploration technologies. Her academic journey involves pursuing a Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering with a concentration in Space Systems at Stevens Institute of Technology in United States. Her specialization is in systems modeling and simulation, as well as designing missions and systems for space exploration.

She was involved in conducting research in collaboration with NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, where she contributed to developing a Snow Observing System (SOS) aimed at estimating global Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) and snow melt patterns throughout the season.

Her current research focuses on exploring innovative strategies to enhance disaster resilience in urban environments with a focus on Hoboken, New Jersey.

Anam's contributions go beyond academia and professional work. She has served as the Chief Editor for her university's newsletter and has been recognized as a skilled orator.