中文
  • Lixin Wu
  • Doctoral degree
  • Professor
  • Leading Professor
  • Geosciences and Info-physics
 

Educational Background

  • 1984.91988.6

     China University of Mining & Technology   Survey Engineering   Bachelor's degree   University graduated 

  • 1988.91991.6

     China University of Mining & Technology-Beijing   Geomatics   Master's degree   Master's degree 

  • 1994.91997.6

     China University of Mining & Technology-Beijing   Geomatics   Doctoral degree   PhD Graduate 

Work Experience

  • 2016.10Now

    Central South University      School of Geoscience and Info-Physics    Leading Professor    二级教授,博导

  • 2012.52016.11

    China University of Mining and Technology      Center of Internets of Things    Director    Chief Professor    二级教授,博导

  • 2008.52012.4

    Beijing Normal University      Institute of Space Information, Academy of Disaster Reduction & Emergency Management    Director    Chief Professor    二级教授,博导

  • 2005.32008.4

    Northeastern University      Institute of Digital Mine and Geomatics    Director    Professor    长江学者特聘教授,博导

  • 2000.122005.2

    China University of Mining &Technology- Beijing      Department of Geomatics    Deputy Director    Professor    教授,博导

  • 1996.122000.11

    China University of Mining &Technology- Beijing      Department of Geomatics    Associate professor    副教授,硕导

  • 1994.11996.11

    China University of Mining &Technology- Beijing      Department of Geomatics    lecturer    讲师

  • 1991.31993.12

    China University of Mining & Technology      Department of Geomatics    Assistant    助教

Research Group

  • Name of Research Group:Lab of Geohazards Perception,Cognition &Prediction

    Description of Research Group:        In order to solve the scientific issues on solid earth hazard monitoring and analyzing, as well as enrich the connotation and characteristic of the survey subject, Central South University (CSU) established the Laboratory of Geohazards Perception, Cognition & Prediction (Lab GeoHazards PCP) in 2017, which is leaded by Prof. Lixin Wu, the scholar of the Yangtze River. The laboratory focuses on the synergetic observing (perception), comprehensive understanding (cognition), and process analyzing (prediction) of near surface hazards such as earthquake&landslide, glacier surge, ground subsidence, urban waterlogging, aerosol abnormality, and ionospheric disturbance.
            This direction explores the two-way response mechanism between surface resource environment and human activities in the context of global change, and directly serves the country's major strategic needs and major projects such as new urbanization construction, regional environmental comprehensive renovation, and geographical national conditions monitoring. In recent years, a great deal of researches has been carried out from remote sensing signal processing, image interpretation and object recognition, to the ultimate application of geographic national conditions monitoring and analysis demonstration applications. A series of achievements has been obtained in the following aspects:
            (1) High-resolution hyperspectral remote sensing image data processing;
            (2) Multi-dimensional detection of high-resolution remote sensing changes in cities and towns;
            (3) Ground surface LUCC change monitoring and spatial optimization configuration modeling;
            (4) Atmosphere, soil surface environmental change monitoring;
            (5) Bidirectional response analysis of human-land relationships in the context of global change


    Zl. Miao

    Zelang Miao is Associate Professor of School of Geoscience and Info-Physics, Central South University, China. He received the B.S. degree in Surveying Engineering from China University of Mining and Technology, Xuzhou, China, in 2009, the M.S. degree in Geodesy and Surveying Engineering from the same University in 2014, and the Ph.D. degree in Satellite Image Processing from The Hong Kong Polyt...

    Biyan Chen

    Dr. Biyan Chen, an associate professor in the School of Geoscience and Info-Physics of Central South University. He received his B.S. degree in Surveying and Mapping Engineering from University of Science and Technology Liaoning in 2009, M.S. degree in Geodesy and Geodesy Engineering from Central South University in 2012; and Ph.D. degree in Geodesy from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in ...

    Wei Wang

    Dr. Wei Wang, an associate professor in the School of Geoscience and Info-Physics of Central South University. He received his B.E. degree in Physics from Hubei University in 2012 and Ph.D. degree in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing from the Wuhan University in 2017. His research interests include atmospheric remote sensing and its scientific application in atmospheric environment, climate cha...

    Jia Li

    Jia Li was born in Yiyang, China, in 1986. He received the M.Eng. and Ph.D. degrees in geodesy and surveying engineering from Central South University, Changsha, China, in 2012 and 2016, respectively. He is currently a full lecturer with the Department of Geomatics, School of Geosciences and Info-Physics, Central South University. He has published more than 10 papers in peer-reviewed journals, ...

Social Affiliations

  •  The former co-chair of the Commission on User Application of Remote Sensing of IEEE GRSS, the Infrastructure Board member of the Group on Earth Observation (GEO), and the liaison of IEEE-GRSS and GEO.  The chair of GEO Working Group on Coal-Environment (WGCE), the co-chair of ISPRS WG of Remote Sensing on Atmospheric Environment (WG III-5), the China national member of ISDE

  • A board member of the China Association of Remote Sensing Application(CARSA) and the China Association of GIS (CAGIS)

  • The Editor-in-chief of Journal Geography And Geo-information Science (JGAGIS)

  • The vice chairman of the Committee on GIS Theory & Methodology of CAGIS, the vice chairman of the Committee on Geology & Mineral Resources of CAGIS, the vice Chairman of the Committee on Mining Surveying of Chinese Society of Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography (CSGPC), the vice Chairman of the Committee on Space-based Observation on Earth of China Seismology Society (CSS)

 

Personal Information

Prof. Lixin Wu, the leading professor of Geomatics (Surveying and Mapping) in the School of Geoscience and Info-Physics of Central South University, China. He is a Chang Jiang Scholar Awarded Professor since 2004 and obtained the National Outstanding Youth Funds of China in 2005. He received his B.S. degree in Mine Surveying from China University of Mining & Technology (CUMT) in 1988, M.S. degree in Geodesy and Surveying Engineering from CUMT-Beijing in 1991; and Ph.D. degree in Geodesy and Surveying Engineering from CUMT-Beijing in 1997. His research interests include mainly in remote sensing, geospatial informatics, disaster investigation, and geo-hazard perception & cognition.
He was with CUMT-Beijing as lecture, associate professor and professor in 1991-2005, with Northeastern University in Shenyang as Chang Jiang Scholar awarded professor and director of Institute of Digital Mine and Geomatics in 2005-2008, with Beijing Normal University as chief professor of the Academy of Disaster Reduction & Emergency Management (ADREM) in 2008-2012, with CUMT in Xuzhou as execute director of the Center of Internets of Things in 2012-2016.
He has devoted over 25 years in digital mine and geo-hazards remote sensing, especially in 3D geoscience modeling and multiple parameters analysis based on synergic observation and GEOSS. With 10 works, 300 about journal papers (Proceeding of IEEE, ISPRS JPRS, IEEE TGARS, NHESS, IJRMMS, Remote Sensing, Advances in Space Research, Annals of Geophysics, Annals of GIS, Transaction in GIS, Atmospheric Environment, Atmospheric Research, J Supercomputing, Science in China (D), Chinese Science Bulletin, etc.) , more than 100 proceeding papers (IGARSS,ISPRS,SPIE, PIERS, and ISDE, etc.) and successful applications of achievements in industry and government, he and his group were awarded with 2 national prizes and 10 provincial prizes on science & technology progress in China.
He was the former co-chair of the Commission on User Application of Remote Sensing of IEEE GRSS, the Infrastructure Board member of the Group on Earth Observation (GEO), and the liaison of IEEE-GRSS and GEO. Currently, he is the chair of GEO Working Group on Coal-Environment (WGCE), the chair of ISPRS WG of Remote Sensing on Atmospheric Environment (WG III-8), the China nation-member of ISDE. He is also a board member of the China Association of Remote Sensing Application(CARSA) and the China Association of GIS (CAGIS); and the vice chairman of the Committee on GIS Theory & Methodology of CAGIS, the vice chairman of the Committee on Geology & Mineral Resources of CAGIS, the vice Chairman of the Committee on Space-based Observation on Earth of China Seismology Society (CSS). He acts also the editor-in-chief of Journal Geography and Geo-information Science (JGAGIS).

  • Professor
    Supervisor of Doctorate Candidates
    Supervisor of Master's Candidates
  • Date of Employment:2016-10-21
  • School/Department:Geosciences and Info-physics
  • Administrative Position:Leading Professor
  • Education Level:PhD Graduate
  • Business Address:Physic Building, Room 605
  • Sex:Male
  • Contact Information:wulx66@csu.edu.cn
  • Degree:Doctoral degree
  • Status:Employed
  • Alma Mater:China University of Mining & Technology
  • Discipline:Surveying and Mapping
  • Academic honors:
  • Winner of National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars 旧系统迁移数据合并;
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