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Linlin Ge

Linlin Ge is an associate professor at the School of Surveying & Spatial Information Systems, University of New South Wales, Australia.

He leads a team of researchers at his school and the CRC for Spatial
Information (CRCSI) in positioning and Earth observation, creating new
capabilities in disaster response and environmental management.

His school named him “NSW Scientist of the Year 2009″ in the
category Physics, Earth Sciences, Chemistry and Astronomy for his InSAR
work in support of the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake.

He graduated with a B.Eng. from the Wuhan Technical University of Surveying and Mapping WTUSM, a M.Sc. from the Institute of Seismology, and a Ph.D. from the UNSW.

His research interests include continuous GPS, radar interferometry, and structural deformation monitoring. He is the co chair of the IAG Sub-Commission 4.4 “Applications of Airborne and Space-borne Imaging Systems.”

March 2006

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