Science Hub is a not for a non profit organization (NPO) based in Kathmandu. It uses cutting-edge spatial tools and Earth system models to answer the most pressing questions of agriculture, climate change, and livelihood, natural resources management and biodiversity and water and disaster risk management. We collect data and synthesizing crucial information to deliver actionable insights as Data-as-a-Service landscape intelligence. Our products and services allow you to understand the context, relationships, patterns and trends to enhance your knowledge and support informed decision making.
Peoples behind our success
Dr. Sharma has a strong background in theoretical modeling and simulation, data analytics and business intelligence. He has earned his doctorate degree in Computational Physics from Concordia University, Canada. He applies cutting-edge science and technological innovation to design and implement evidence-based solutions to effectively solve business problems. He provides complete innovative end-to-end actionable solutions that offer significant growth in businesses.
Dr. Krishna Devkota has been working in the field of disaster risk management since March 2011. Dr. Devkota served as a Senior Researcher at the National Disaster Management Institute of Korean Government based in Seoul; Technical Specialist at Asian Disaster Preparedness Center based on Bangkok; Disaster Risk Management Specialist at Terrasense Switzerland Pvt. Ltd. and Nepal Red Cross Society based on Kathmandu, Nepal.
Biva Aryal Ph.D., Research Fellow at Science Hub, Kathmandu, Nepal, completed her Ph.D. (“Leaf Wettability of Plants from different Altitudinal Origin”) in Plant Physiological Ecology from the University of Innsbruck, Austria. Dr. Aryal is a highly committed researcher and enjoys working with scientific collaboration. She has published several research papers in reputed national and international journals.
Bhogendra Mishra, Ph.D., Senior spatial data scientist, has a long professional experience in acquisition, collection, management, and update along with research and analysis of geospatial datasets for several applications including but not limited to disaster management, agriculture, water, forestry, etc.
Shobha Poudel, Managing Director at Science Hub Nepal, completed her PhD in Global Environmental Studies from Kyoto University, Japan. She has a several years of interdisciplinary research experience in climate change adaptation, vulnerability assessment, food security, community resilience and environmental economics.