Li, Haiyan

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Name: Li, Haiyan
Title: Assistant Professor of Physical Oceanograhpy
Phone: 86-10-88256447
Email: lihaiyan(at)ucas.ac.cn
Office: 621 in Teaching Building
About

Research interest

 

Oceanic microwaves remote sensing, particularly in the field of air–sea interaction, oceanic dynamic processing and target detections, by polarization synthetic aperture radar (SAR), InSAR and compact polarimetry SAR.

 

Education

 

2007  Ph.D.   Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing

2004  M.S.    Ocean University of China, QingDao

1999  B.S.    Hebei Normal University, ShiJiaZhuang

 

Professional Appointments

 

2009.10-2010.10     Visiting Fallow, Bedford Institute of Oceanography

 

Grants

 

-Open-ended fund of Key laboratory of Ocean circulation and wave (Grant No.KLOCAW0808),

-Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Fund of Dean of Earth Sciences College, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences.

 

Courses

 

●  Introduction of Oceanography

 

An introduction is related with physical, chemical, geological and biological processes in the ocean. Topics involve survey of the earth, physical properties of seawater, heat budge in the ocean, interaction between sea and atmosphere, marine biology, marine chemistry and the circulation of CO2 in the ocean.

 

●  InSAR Technology and Its Application 

 

An overview is related with the application of advance InSAR technology in physical oceanography, geology, glaciology as well as the biomass derivation. Topics include element concepts related with traditional SAR, polarimetric SAR and InSAR, the ocean current and ocean wave derivation from InSAR, the states of change detection in geology and glaciology with InSAR.

 

Selected publications

Li,H., W. Perrie, S. Lehner, and S. Brusch, Target Detection on the Ocean With the Relative Phase of Compact Polarimetry SAR, IEEE Transaction and Remote Sensing, 2012. doi: 10.1109/TGRS.2012.2224119.

Li, H., W. Perrie, L. Guo, and B. Zhang (2011), On polarimetric characteristics in SAR images of mesoscale cellular convection in the marine atmospheric boundary layer, J. Geophys. Res., 116, C08028, doi:10.1029/2010JC006738

Li, H.,Y. He, W. Wang (2009), Improving ship detection with polarimetric SAR based on 2-D convolution between co-polarization channels, Sensors Vol.9, P1221-1236.

Li, H.,Y. He, M. Lei, W. Wang, (2008) Ship detection and characterization with generalized optimization of polarimetric contrast enhancement, The Chinese Journal of Electronics, 17(3),541-545

Li, H.,Y. He, (2008) Detection Weak Ship Signals with the Optimization of Polarimetric Contrast Enhancement Method, High technology letters, Vol. 14No. 1,P85-91