PhD, Geodetic Science, Ohio State University
Expertise: Use of spaceborne and airborne geodetic instruments including satellite altimetry, SAR/InSAR, and GRACE to better understand earth system sciences. Primary research focus includes quantifying and characterizing terrestrial water dynamics using remote sensing data towards applications for water resources management.
Current position: Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Houston
Key paper: Kim, D., H. Lee, A. Laraque, R. Tshimanga, T. Yuan, H. Jung, E. Beighley, C.-H. Chang*, Mapping spatio-temporal water level variations over the central Congo River using PALSAR ScanSAR and Envisat altimetry data, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 38, 7021-7040, 2017.
Contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org , URL: http://cive.uh.edu/ faculty/lee