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Thursday, September 20 2018 21:37:26

Introduction
APC / ATC
CPD-HKIS
CPD by Others
 
Code : 2018106
Event Name : Spatiotemporal Fusion of Multisource Remote Sensing Data
CPD Code : Formal Events
Speaker : Dr. Zhu Xiaolin, Assistant Professor, Department of Land Surveying and Geo-informatics, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Dr. Zhu Xiaolin received his B.S. in 2007 and M.S. in 2010, both from Beijing Normal University. He received his Ph.D. in geography at Ohio State University in 2014. Before coming to PolyU, he was a postdoctoral scholar in the Center of Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing at the University of California, Davis. His research interests include remote sensing methods and applications. Dr Zhu published more than 30 peer-reviewed journal articles. He was awarded prestigious awards, including the Presidential Fellowship from Ohio State University, and the Robert N. Colwell Memorial Fellowship Award from the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.
Event Date : 16/05/2018
Event Time : 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
CPD Hour(s) : 1.5
Divisional PQSL Hour(s) : 1.5
Venue : Lecture Hall N003, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Hong Kong
Division : LSD
Closing Date : 09/05/2018
Fee : HK$120 for members; HK$150 for non-members (HK$30 walk-in surcharge on all prices listed)
Priority : LSD members; First-come-first-served
Language : English
Details : Satellite time series with high spatial resolution is critical for monitoring land surface dynamics in heterogeneous landscapes. Although remote sensing technologies experience rapid development in recent years, data acquired from a single satellite sensor are often unable to satisfy our demand. As a result, integrated use of data from different sensors has become increasingly popular since the last decade. Many spatiotemporal data fusion methods have been developed to produce synthesized images with both high spatial and temporal resolutions from two types of satellite images, frequent coarse-resolution images and sparse fine-resolution images. These methods were designed based on different principles and strategies, and therefore show different strengths and limitations. This diversity brings difficulties for users to choose an appropriate method for their specific applications and data sets. To this end, this presentation will categorize existing methods, discuss the principal laws underlying these methods, summarize their potential applications, and propose possible directions for future studies in this field.