You have reached the home page of Microwave Remote Sensing Group at Centre of Studies in Resources Engineering (CSRE), Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. We focus on developing methodologies for analyzing satellite images acquired using microwave sensors. Our primary research goal aims at exploring various applications of remotely sensed images for snow and glacier studies. Presently our interest lies in analyzing snow and glacier dynamics over the Himalayan region. We also extend our expertise to remotely investigate extra terrestrial bodies. So far we have looked upon the Earth's Moon and the planet Mars. In addition to this, we also use machine learning and statistical techniques for the analysis of remotely sensed images in various applications such as urban area classification, crop classification, mineral exploration etc. Please write back to us if you wish to pursue careers in Microwave Remote Sensing and Planetary exploration.