My research interests focus on developing innovative integrated satellite remote sensing technologies, including optical and radar remote sensing, combined with artificial intelligence (AI) analysis to understand environmental changes and geohazards at multiple spatiotemporal scales, with the ultimate goal of contributing to a sustainable and healthy world. My current research is to explore the relationship between climate change and wildfire risk.
I am a postdoctoral researcher in Dr. Ying Sun's lab started in September 2023.
Prior to joining Dr. Sun’s lab, I obtained my Ph.D. in 2023 from the Institute of Space and Earth Information Science and Multimedia Laboratory at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, supervised by Prof. Mei-Po Kwan and Prof. Peifeng Ma. I have also served as a research intern at the United Nations (UN) Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific in 2020. During my Ph.D. study, my research on AI-based InSAR monitoring and understanding of land subsidence was recognized as valuable geospatial solutions in the UN publication - Geospatial Practices for Sustainable Development in South-East Asia 2022: A Compendium. My educational background includes a bachelor's degree in remote sensing, obtained from Wuhan University in 2019.
In my leisure time, I enjoy watching sports games, hiking, hosting, and traveling to explore new places.