ENVIRONMENTAL REMOTE SENSING AND GIS

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Research

My research goals are to address and solve cutting-edge environmental problems by properly utilizing geographic information system modeling technologies and remote sensing of the environment. My current research interests include 1) algorithm development using GIS and remote sensing technologies to model environmental processes, 2) advanced remote sensing data fusion, and 3) development of web-based monitoring systems.

In Preparation


SUNY ESF

  • Water Characterization Using Green LiDAR Technology
  • Multi-sensor Target Detection Using Artificial Intelligence

Current


SUNY ESF

  • Population Estimation Using High-Posting-Density LiDAR Data
  • Characterization of Montane Forest Ecosystems Using Advanced Remote Sensing Technology
  • Forest Change in the Adirondacks Over 40 Years of Multiple Stresses
  • Remote Sensing of Porous Pavement
  • Forest Biomass Estimation Using LiDAR Remote Sensing

Past Research


SUNY ESF (2007 - 2009)

  • Analysis of Closure Cap Remote Sensing
  • Impacts of Green Infrastructure on Directly Connected Impervious Cover and Spectral Signatures
  • Land Cover/Land Use Change Analysis Using Optimization
  • Characterization of Forest Crops with a Range of Nutrient and Water Treatments Using Hyperspectral Remote Sensing

University of South Carolina (2002 - 2007)

Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements (1999 - 2002)

  • Land Cover and Land Use Classification Uisng IKONOS Satellite Data
  • Monitoring Urban Sprawl in Seoul Metropolitan Area, Korea
  • Analysis of National Territorial Resources Using Remotely Sensed Data
  • Development of Orthoimagery DB and Maps Using Russian Alternative High Resolution Images

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