Sanaz Salati is a research scientist and project manager at the Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources, University of Arizona. She holds a Ph.D. in Geology Remote Sensing from Twente University, the Netherlands, along with two Master's degrees—one in Economic Geology from Shiraz University, Iran, and another in Applied Computational Science and Engineering from Imperial College London, United Kingdom. Sanaz's academic journey began with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from the University of Tabriz, Iran.
With a rich and diverse research background, Sanaz Salati has cultivated a strong interdisciplinary approach to her work. Her expertise spans a range of geological domains, including mineral exploration, geochemistry, geological mapping, environmental geology, and energy resources. Embracing cutting-edge technologies, Sanaz specializes in leveraging remote sensing, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and data science to address complex geological challenges. Throughout her career, Sanaz has been committed to bridging the gap between disciplines, actively integrating insights from various fields to gain a comprehensive understanding of geological phenomena.
- Ph.D. in Geology Remote Sensing from Twente University
- MS Economic Geology from Shiraz University, Iran
- MS Applied Computational Science and Engineering from Imperial College London, UK
- Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from the University of Tabriz, Iran.