Our group’s research emphasizes the use of geodetic and remote sensing techniques to study Earth surface and subsurface processes that have significant societal impacts, including crustal deformation near plate boundaries, sea level change and land subsidence in coastal areas, as well as changes in Earth’s polar regions. While our research is primarily data-driven, we have been actively working on innovative marine and coastal geodetic instrument design and applications, in the hope of improving our capabilities in observing some critical processes that were not well monitored by conventional methods. Several active research projects are listed below:
  • Seafloor Geodesy
      GNSS-A Portal
  • Crustal Deformation
  • Coastal Subsidence and Sea Level Monitoring
  • Marine-Terminating Glacier and Mélange Dynamics
  • GNSS Interferometric Reflectometry