Research Scientist, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Dr. Glynn Hulley is a physicist in the Earth Surface Science group. Glynn's research interests are focused on the remote sensing of Earth surface properties using thermal infrared spectroscopy. He is a member of several NASA satellite instrument teams including AIRS, ASTER, MODIS, NPP, and Landsat. A key aspect of Glynn's research is the development of new techniques to retrieve surface temperature and spectral emissivity information from thermal remotely sensed data. Algorithms and science products developed by Glynn are widely used by researchers and have been incorporated into commercial packages by NASA.
Glynn is also currently working with colleagues to demonstrate a new airborne hyperspectral thermal imager (HyTES) at JPL, and is also helping lead an effort to develop algorithms and science objectives for the thermal infrared sensor on the HyspIRI Satellite Mission recommended by the National Research Council (NRC) Decadal Survey for Earth Science.