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CURRICULUM VITA

NIU  Quanfu

Research scientist in Earth Observation and Modeling Group,

Center for Spatial Analysis, Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology,

University of Oklahoma

101 David L. Boren Blvd. Norman, Oklahoma 73019, USA

Phone: (571)342-2693, E-mail: 330398304@qq.com

 

EDUCATIONS

²  2007-2011: Ph.D. in major of Cartography and Geographic Information System. College of Earth and Environmental Science, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China

²  2001-2003: M.S. in major of computer science technology, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China. 

²  1994-1998: B.S. in  major of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing , Wuhan University of Surveying and Mapping (now as Wuhan University), Wuhan,China.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

²  2017- 2018 Research Scholar, Center for Spatial Analysis, University of Oklahoma

²  2013-  Associate Professor, Department of Geomatics Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, Lanzhou University of Technology, Lanzhou, Gansu,China.

²  2011-2013 Senior Engineer , Department of Geomatics Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, Lanzhou University of Technology, Lanzhou, Gansu,China

²   1998-2011 Design Engineer in electric power transmission line, Gansu province electric power design institute,Lanzhou,Gansu,China.

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

    Remote sensing image processing and analysis;

    Environmental and geological disaster risk analysis;

Digital Terrain Analysis

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

²  2015-2018   Optimization of disaster-causing factors and process simulation of ground surface disasters for the typical loess area based on GIS.NSFC Grant 41461084.

²  2014-2016   Optimization of disaster-causing factors and process simulation of ground surface disasters for loess area based on GIS.Natural Science Foundation of Gansu Province Grant: 145RJZA180, 

²  2008-2009   Study on the development and application of digital power line application system,Gansu electric power company construction of transmission lines Grant:2008HC-01.

²  2004-2005  The engineering application of DEM in transmission lines. Gansu electric power company research project,Gansu,P.R.China.

 

PUBLICATIONS

[1] NIU quanfu, CHENG weiming, LIU yong, XIE yaowen, et al.. Risk Assessment of Secondary Geological Disasters induced by Yushu Earthquake. Journal of mountain science,2012,9:232-242.

[2] NIU quanfu, LIU yong, Xie jizheng. Application of images enhancement in aerial triangulation, Geotechnical Investigation&Surveying, 2010(2):71-74.

[3] NIU quanfu, LIU yong .Susceptibility assessment of secondary geological disaster based on information value methodology for Yushu earthquake region . Journal of mountain science,2011,29(2):243-248.

[4] NIU Quanfu,GUO Dong,JIANG Dongfeng. Application of GPS-RTK Survey Data to the Cross-section Diagram of Transmission Line. GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION, 2009,7(5):130-132.

[5] NIU Quanfu, DANG XInhai,et al..Research on the Teaching Reform of Photogrammetry Course in the Major of Geomatics Engineering. GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION,2015,13(5):177-179.

[6] NIU Quanfu. Software Design of Plane-sectional View in Transmission Line. Electric power survey,2001,2:53-54,64.

[7] NIU Quanfu, LIU yong, XIE yaowen, CHENG weiming. Susceptibility Assessment of Secondary Geological Disaster based on GIS and Information value methodology for Yushu Earthquake Region. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Information Science and Engineering 2010,Hangzhou,China.

[8] NIU quanfu,CHENG weiming,et al..The Extraction of Landslide Hazard Induced by Yushu Earthquake and Analysis of its Distributing Characteristics. In Proceedings of The sudden geological disaster emergency response and disaster prevention and control technology, 2010, Lanzhou, China.

[9] NIU Quanfu, ZHANG Yingxue, KANG Junmei, ZHANG Xiuxia , Research on Vegetation Cover Change Detection of the North-South Mountains in Lanzhou City. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Environmental Engineering and Remote Sensing,2015, Phuket, Thailand.

 



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