Dr. Satir received his BSc, MSc and PhD degrees from Cukurova University Department of Landscape Architecture. He has been in Southampton University, Geography and Environment department between 2005 and 2006 for his MSc research on fuzzy land use classification as a visiting scholar. He studied on Agricultural land use suitability based on crop productivity in PhD and he has been in Texas A&M University Ecosystem Science and Management department and Wisconsin University Center for Sustainability and Global Environment for PhD researches for 4 months. His researches are focused on Land use suitability, remote sensing, GIS, climate change impact on forestlands and terrestrial glaciers, forest fires, agricultural productivity and quantifying ecosystem services. He promoted as founder vice-dean of the Architecture and Design Faculty between 2017 and 2020. He is now working in Yuzuncu Yil University Department of Landscape Architecture as an associated professor and also he is head of remote sensing center of the university. He has many national and international projects on landscape planning today.