1. Geodesy and Survey Engineering

Entering the 21st Century, surveying and mapping technology has transited from the traditional analog era to the digital era, and is now entering the information era. Modern geodesy and surveying engineering, characterized by the combination of space positioning technology, computer technology, modern communication technology and traditional ground surveying technology, is undergoing profound changes. Geodesy and Surveying Engineering is developing from the traditional one-dimensional or two-dimensional, small scale, low precision and static measurement, to three-dimensional or four-dimensional, large scale, high precision and dynamic measurement. All these have made the subject more widely and deeply infiltrated into people’s daily life and various fields, such as city information platform, urban regional planning and dynamic monitoring, intelligent traffic management system, environmental changes and monitoring, natural disaster monitoring and defense, national public security emergency information platform, public emergency prevention and rapid response, marine ecological and environmental protection, agricultural accurate operation and informatization, etc..

Research Directions:

l Modern Data Processing Theory of Surveying

l Precise Positioning and Orbit Determination of GNSS Satellite

l Satellite Navigation and Application

l GNSS Software Receiver Development

l Crustal Deformation Monitoring

l Geodetic Inversion

l Earth Gravity Field

l InSAR Data Processing

l Precision Engineering Surveying

Doctoral Supervisors:

Prof. SHEN Yunzhong, Prof. CHEN Yi, Prof. WU Jicang, Prof. YAO Lianbi, Prof. BAO Feng, Prof. WANG Jiexian, Prof. LI Bofeng, Prof. PAN Guorong, Prof. WU Bin (Part-time professor)

Master Supervisors:

Associate Prof. LOU Lizhi, Associate Prof. HU Congwei

 

2. Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

Making use of digital images acquired by aerial and space remote sensing and close-up photographic images through computer analysis, measurement, processing and interpretation, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing is a subject studying the geometric and physical properties of the target, so as to provide a variety of digital or graphic products for national economy and national defense construction. In recent years, with the development of computer technology and space information technology, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing has developed rapidly at home and abroad and become an important part of the "3S" technology. It is widely used in the fields of space exploration, "digital earth", "digital city", navigation and positioning, environmental monitoring, disaster prediction and evaluation, urban planning and traffic management, engineering design and building deformation monitoring, military engineering, as well as mapping and revision of maps. This subject is an important branch of surveying and mapping science and technology, and also involves many aspects of information science, such as space sensor, digital image processing, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, expert system, computer vision space information system, etc..

Research Directions:

l Multi-source Sensor Network

l Precision Remote Sensing Monitoring

l Digital Photogrammetry

l Urban Remote Sensing

l Environmental Remote Sensing

l Polar Ice Cap Remote Sensing and Monitoring

l Sea Level Monitoring

l Ground-based SAR Image Processing

l Mobile Mapping System

l Intelligent Information Extraction and Analysis

l Remote Sensing Disaster Monitoring

Doctoral Supervisors:

Prof. CHENG Xiaojun, Prof. Marco Scaioni, Prof. LIN Yi, Prof. LI Quanhai

Master Supervisors:

Associate Prof. YE Qin, Prof. XIE Huan, Associate Prof. QIAO Gang, Associate Prof. ZHANG Shaoming

 

3. Cartography and Geographic Information Engineering

Through space information collection, intelligent abstraction, storage, analysis, visualization, management and application, Cartography and Geographic Information Engineering is a subject using map graphics language and mathematical model language to describe the spatial distribution, interrelationship and dynamic evolution characteristics of various natural, humanistic and social phenomena in nature and human society. With the rapid development of information technology, knowledge engineering and computer technology, Cartography and Geographic Information Engineering has become an important tool for human beings to recognize the geographical environment, utilize geographical resources, promote the sustainable development of society, and support digital earth science research. As a comprehensive inter-discipline and technology formed by a combination of surveying and mapping science and geographical science, computer science, information science, intelligence and cognitive science, and many other subjects, , Cartography and Geographic Information Engineering is the basis of the formation and development of earth information science and it has extensive application prospect in the national economy departments (such as agriculture and forestry, mining, metallurgy, water conservancy, transportation, environment, marine, navigation, administrative management, municipal administration, urban planning and management, national defense construction, operation command, etc.) and has greatly promoted the scientific and technological progress and development of related disciplines. The geographic information systems established for various departments have brought enormous social and economic benefits.

Research Directions:

l GIS Theory and Method

l Uncertainty Theory and Quality Control

l Spatial Analysis, Statistics and Modeling

l 3S Integration

l Intelligent Transportation System

l Land Evaluation and Planning

l Resource and Environment Information System

l Land Informatics and Information System

l GIS Engineering Application

Doctoral Supervisors:

Prof. TONG Xiaohua, Prof. LIU Chun, Prof. SHI Yishao

Master Supervisors:

Prof. ZHOU Binzhong, Prof. WANG Weian, Associate Prof. YANG Guang, Prof. ZHANG Songlin, Associate Prof. CHEN Peng