Author's Guide
Keynote Speakers | 主旨报告

Prof. Peter Gerstoft, University of California San Diego, USA

Keynote Talk: Acoustic Source Localization Using Machine Leaning

Peter Gerstoft is Adjunct Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Data Scientist, Scripps Institution of Oceanography,University of California, San Diego. My research focus on data-driven computational geophysics and within these fields I further cover the subtopics: applied signal processing, inverse methods, mathematical models, extracting information from noise, and machine learning. I currently focus on developing new sensing techniques using large array sensor data. Data science methods (big data/machine learning) as well as compressive sensing is a main focus for sensing the physical environment. These techniques are applied to observing tsunamis, earthquakes, traffic, Antarctic signals, as well as extracting environmental information from noise.

Prof. Jianli Chen, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

Keynote Talk: Space Geodesy and Global Sea Level Change

Dr. Jianli Chen is a Strategic Hiring Scheme (SHS) professor in the Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Before moving to Hong Kong, he had spent 28 years of his academic career at the Center for Space Research, University of Texas at Austin. Dr Jianli Chen is a world renowned expert in space geodesy and its applications in Earth sciences. He has been working on topics related to global climate change and geophysical applications of space geodetic techniques, including satellite gravimetry, satellite altimetry, and other geodetic measurements for nearly 30 years. He has been extensively involved in data processing, results validation, and geophysical interpretation of the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellite gravimetry mission, and is a leading science team member of both the GRACE and GRACE Follow-On missions. He is a fellow of the International Association of Geodesy, and has severed as the chair of the IERS Special Bureau for Hydrology since 2004, and co-chair/chair of the IAG Commission 3.3 (Earth Rotation and Geophysical Fluids) since 2012. A crowning distinction of his decorative career was the 2005 US Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), the highest honor bestowed by the United States government on early career scientists and engineers (he was the first PECASE awardee in related science field). He has published over 120 refereed journal publications, with about half as lead author.

Prof. Jianqiang Liu, National Satellite Ocean Application Services, Ministry of Natural Resources of PR China

Keynote Talk: Characteristics and Typical Applications of Chinese on Orbit Ocean Satellite Data

Jianqiang Liu, Professor, National Satellite Ocean Application Services, Ministry of Natural Resources of PR China. He received a B.S. degree in geophysics from Peking University, China, in 1986. and Master’s degree in marine meteorology from National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center, State Oceanic Administration, Beijing, China in 1989. From 1989 to 1999, he was with NMEFC, focusing on the ocean remote sensing. He has been a deputy director with National Satellite Ocean Application Service, SOA, Beijing, since 2010. He is the chief designer of the ground application system for Chinese-France Ocean satellite and new generational ocean color satellites, and was a deputy chief designer of the ground application system for HY-1 and HY-2 satellites. He is one of the founders of satellite ocean remote sensing in China and plays an important role in the development of Chinese ocean satellite and manned space flight. His research interests include ocean color, sea ice, sea surface wind and wave satellite data processing, disaster monitoring.



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