Remote sensing, GIS sensor network, modeling, hydrology, cryosphere, terrain analysis, hazards
Dr. Hongxing Liu is a professor in Department of Geography at University of Cincinnati. His research interests include GIScience, remote sensing, and environmental modeling. His research projects have been funded by NSF, NASA, NOAA Sea Grant Program, Texas Advanced Research Program, and other funding agencies. In his research work, various theoretical and methodological issues in GIScience and remote sensing have been addresed. He has received a number of prestigious awards, including NASA Group Achievement Award, the Best Paper Award from Computers & Geoscience, John Davidson President's Award for Practical Papers from the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS), and the Distinguished Achievement Award in Teaching from Texas A&M University.
Remote sensing (hyperspectral, synthetic aperture radar, LiDAR, passive microwave), GIScience, sensor network, terrain analysis, hydrological & watershed modeling, coastal habitat and geomorphology, glacial dynamics and snow hydrology, urban spatial structures, and natural hazards.
Theoretical and methodological interests:
Object-oriented image analysis, spatio-temporal modeling, multi-scale representation, and localized inversion models.