Ying Huang, PhD candidate, BE
Female; Born on November 1985 in Jiangxi Province, P. R. China
lOctober 2010- PhD candidate in University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands. Major in Remote Sensing and Water Management
lSeptember 2009- PhD candidate in State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China. Majored in Physical Geography (Remote Sensing).
lSeptember 2007-July 2009: M.Sc. candidate in State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China. Majored in Physical Geography (Remote Sensing of Wetlands). Qualified for PhD candidate.
lSeptember 2003-July 2007: Undergraduate student in College of Mining Technology, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan, China. Received B.E. Degree in Urban and Rural Planning & Resource Management.
lComputer skills：Utilized ArcMap, ENVI and ERDAS IMAGING programs extensively;
lResearch skills: A good command of information retrieval techniques; Comprehensive ability to learn, analyze and calculate; Good technical background;
Certificates and Awards:
lOutstanding Student Leader Award at Taiyuan University of Technology(2006)
lCertificate of Volunteer at Doctoral Forum of China (Estuarine and Coastal Research)(2008)
lOutstanding Graduate Student Leader Award at East China Normal University(2009)
lInvolved in “Shanghai Wetlands Survey and Assessment System Study”, Key project of Shanghai Forestry Bureau, 2006-2009.
I was concentrated mainly on Shanghai urban wetlands extraction and classification using Remote Sensing, and I was involved in the Shanghai urban wetland field survey;
lInvolved in “Research on Dynamic Management Model of Shanghai Chongming Dongtan Bird National Nature Reserve”, sponsored by The Nature Conservancy (TNC), 2009.
I was concentrated mainly on salt marsh vegetation classification in Chongming Dongtan using Remote Sensing;
lInvolved in “Suspended Sediments Variation and Wetland Eco-Health Assessment”, Key project of Science and Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality, 2008-2010.
I was concentrated mainly on data processing, and I was involved in estuarine field investigation of Yangtze River.
lInvolved in “Dutch-Chinese student exchange program during World Expo”, Holland Water Week, 2010.
I was concentrated on the groundwater balancing in Shanghai.
1.Ying Huang, Yun-Xuan Zhou, Wen Wu, Run-Yuan Kuang, Xing Li. Shanghai Urban Wetland Extraction and Classification using Remote Sensing Based on Decision Tree Model[J]. Journal of Jilin University: Earth Science Edition, 2009, 39(6), 1156-1162. (in Chinese with English abstract) (EI)
2.Ying Huang, Yun-Xuan Zhou, Zong-Sheng Zheng, Xing Li, Run-Yuan Kuang. Two Strategies for Remote Sensing Classification Accuracy Improvement of Salt Marsh Vegetation: A Case Study in Chongming Dongtan. In: Peihua Qiu, Cedric Yiu, Hua Zhang, Xianbin Wen eds. 2009 2nd International Congress on Image and Signal Processing (volume 6), CISP’09-BMEI’09, Tianjin, 2009,New York: IEEE CS, 2009: 3014-3020. (EI)
3.Wen Wu, Yun-Xuan Zhou, Xing Li, Ying Huang, Run-Yuan Kuang. 3D Simulation of Tidal Flat Topography Based on Fractional Brownian Motion[J]. Computer Engineering and Applications, accepted. (in Chinese with English abstract)
Yunxuan Zhou, PhD, MSc, BE
Professor of RS and GIS
State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research (SKLEC)
Vice Director of Institute of Estuarine and Coastal Research (IECR)
East China Normal University
No.3663 Zhongshan North Road, Shanghai, 200062, P. R. China
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