Dr. Szeto’s current research focuses on remote sensing. In particular he explores efficient mans of interpreting Synthetic Aperture Radar data. His interests of longer term standing lie in global geophysical phenomena, especially those pertaining to the solid inner core and fluid outer core. These include (1) the role of the inner core in geodynamics theory, (2) dynamical motion of the inner core, (3) how core structure influences the Earth’s rotation, nutation and wobble. Potential students should have an affinity towards physics, mathematics and computing.