About Me


I am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC) working on remote sensing of terrestrial ecosystem dynamics. After receiving my PhD in Earth Science from George Mason University and then working as a contract scientist at NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, I decided to broaden my horizons by taking the postdoctoral fellow position at WHRC.

My Research interests focus on (1) application of RADAR and LIDAR for large-scale mapping of forest biophysical parameters such as aboveground biomass and canopy height; (2) detection of land use and land cover change by fusion of multi-sensor datasets (optical and microwave); (3) development of interactive multi-sensor mapping system for snow and ice; (4) investigation and analysis of vegetation phenology.