IET Vision and Imaging Network Best PhD Thesis Award (London, December 2016)

Ph.D. –     Electronic and Electrical Engineering
M.Sc. –     Electronic and Electrical Engineering
M.A.S. –   Electrical Technology
M.Eng. –  Industrial Engineering (Electromechanical)




E-mail: j.zabalza@strath.ac.uk
Skype: jaime-strathclyde
Phone: +44 (0) 141 548 2663



January 2022The year 2021 ends with a new record of citations (>340). Check my Google Scholar profile.
December 2021Happy to join a project in collaboration with the UK Space Agency.
November 2021Guest Editor of the special issue on “Cognitive Modeling of Multimodal Data Intensive Systems for Applications in Nature and Society 2021” of the Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society journal.
October 2021Teaching on campus is back after the COVID-19 pandemic.
September 2021Starting a new project funded by the EPRSC. The biggest project I have been involved as a post-doctoral researcher so far.
August 2021Supervising new PhD and MPhil students: Ha Viet Khanh and Siyuan Chen.
July 2021Special issue on “Machine Learning Using High-Resolution Remote Sensing Datasets” of the MDPI Remote Sensing journal extended to 31 March 2022.
June 2021Exploring commercialisation opportunities after the success of one of our projects with industrial partners. Funded for a market analysis (starting soon).
May 2021New equipment acquired in the Hyperspectral Imaging Centre at the University of Strathclyde. These new systems (covering from 250nm to 2500nm) are a unique capability in Europe and probably in the world.
April 2021One of our prototype software tools currently under evaluation onsite by industrial partners. Great success translating research into real-world applications.
March 2021Happy to be in the process of completing my first research project as a Principal Investigator. Great experience and great outcome. Looking forward to the next one!
February 2021Challenging beginning of the year, working on 5 independent projects in parallel at the same time, plus other research and teaching.