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Seminar list by lab visitors

Yorum Hwang (Ph.D): 2016-2023

Thesis title: “Remote sensing of structural and functional variations in urban vegetation across multiple scales in space and time ”

Now: Postdoc at Boston University (with Lucy Hutyra).

Juwon Kong (Ph.D): 2019-2023.

Thesis title: “Monitoring vegetation changes by enhancing the spatiotemporal resolution of satellite imagery”

Now: Postdoc at Seoul National University.

Yulin Yan (Ph.D): 2019-2022.

Thesis title: “Nocturnal stomatal conductance in rice: a coordinating bridge between prior respiration and photosynthesis next dawn”

Now: Postdoc at Huazhong Agricultural University.

Jongmin Kim (Ph.D): 2017-2021.

Thesis title: “Continuous observation of vegetation phenology and solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence using near-surface remote sensing systems”

Now: Postdoc in the University of Virginia (with Xi Yang)

Jeehwan Bae (Ph.D): 2019-2021.

Thesis title: “Evaluation of soil organic carbon stocks in heterogeneous land cover types towards carbon neutral city”

Now: Postdoc in the Kyunghee University

Soohyun Jeon (PhD course): 2013-2014.


Now Employed: LG U+

Galam Lee (PhD Course): 2013-2014.


(currently, PhD course at Interdisciplinary Program in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, SNU)

2020/1/10-17 Prof. Pablo Zarco-Tejada (University of Melbourne)

  • Physiology-based hyperspectral and thermal remote sensing: 20 years of progress in methods and technology

  • Hyperspectral & Thermal imagery in agriculture and forestry: physical vs. data driven methods

2019/10/25 Jina Jeong (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

  • Using the international tree-ring data bank (ITRDB) records as century-long benchmarks for land-surface models

2019/10/17 Qu Sai (Wuhan University)

2019 9/5 Tobias Schelte (Friedrich-Schiller University, Jena, Germany)

2019 6/17 Prof. Dennis Baldocchi (UC Berkeley, USA)

  • Role of Restored Wetlands as Natural Carbon Sinks

  • The Physics and Ecology of Mining Carbon Dioxide from the Atmosphere by Plants, Trees and Ecosystems

  • Shaking Hands between Eddy Fluxes and Remote Sensing: Lessons Learned: 1982-2019

2019 5/9 Prof. Taehee Hwang (Indiana University, USA)

  • Capturing species-level drought responses in a temperate deciduous forest using ratios of photochemical reflectance indices between sunlit and shaded canopies

2019 1/4 Prof. Kazuhito Ichii (Chiba University, Japan)

  • Terrestrial Vegetation Monitoring using Himawari-8 AHI

2019 1/4 Hyungsuk Kimm (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA)

  • Can Sun-induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence detect heat stress from soybean plants?

2018 10/19 Dr. Joe Berry (Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford, USA)

  • Photosynthesis from molecule to the globe 


2018 10/15 Prof. Yongguang Zhang (Nanjing University, China)

  • ChinaSpec: a network of spectral measurements to bridge flux measurements and remote sensing data 

2017 6/28 Prof. Elie Bou-Zeid (Princeton University, USA)

  • Modeling the city: Challenges and opportunities

2017 2/23 Prof. Hiroyuki Muraoka (Gifu University, Japan)

  • Photosynthesis and phenology of a deciduous broadleaf forest ecosystem: findings by long-term observation and open-field warming experiment at Takayama site, Japan

2017 2/8 Dr. Hideki Kobayashi, Kazu Ichhi (JAMSTEC, Japan)

  • JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)’s new satellite mission: GCOM-C to monitor global vegetation and climate

2017 1/10 Colby Reavis (University of Arkansas, USA)

  • Evaluating alternative wetting and drying (AWD) as a sustainable production practice in Arkansas rice

2016 8/25 Dr. Trevor Keenan (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA)

  • Understanding the causes and consequences of long-term changes in the terrestrial carbon cycle

2016 7/6 Prof. Hyungjun Kim (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

  • GSWP3/LS3MIP/CMIP6: Community Efforts on Global Land Surface Modeling and Validation/Benchmark Frameworks

2016 6/21 Hayden Mahan (Oklahoma University, USA)

2016 6/15 Jennifer Vanos (Texas Tech Univ, USA)

2016 6/10 Youmi Oh (Purdue University, USA)

  • A scalable model explaining methane consumption in Arctic mineral soil

2016 6/05 Prof. Xiangming Xiao (University of Oklahoma, USA)

  • Remote sensing of paddy rice agriculture in monsoon Asia

2016 1/18 Prof. Rodrigo Vargas (University of Delaware, USA)

  • Carbon dynamics and water relations from plots to continental scales

2016 1/6 Dr. JiHyun Kim (Indiana University at Bloomington, USA)

  • Hydrological impact of Hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) infestation on downstream freshwater yield: early assessment using a spatially-distributed ecohydrological model

2015 9/30 Prof. Gayoung Yoo (Kyunghee University, Korea)

  • Soil aggregate dynamics influenced by biochar addition using the 13C natural abundance method

2015 9/21 Dr. Jonghun Kam (Princeton University, USA)

  • Has global warming changed timing of winter-spring streamflows over North America?

2015 4/23 Professor Yongwon Kim (University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA)

  • Effect of thaw depth on fluxes of CO2 and CH4 in manipulated Arctic coastal tundra of Barrow, Alaska

2015 4/15 Professor Hyungjun Kim (University of Tokyo, Japan)

  • Advances in modeling and remote sensing of global hydrology

2015 2/26 Dr Dong Gill Kim (Hawassa University, Ethiopia)

  • Climate change in Ethiopia: impact, adaptation and mitigation

2015 1/6 Dr Youngwook Kim (University of Montana, USA)

  • Use of satellite remote sensing and modeling for observing land/ocean and quantifying the potential impacts of climate change at high latitudes

2015 1/6 Min Jung Kwon (Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry)

  • Effects of drainage on CO2 and CH4 flux in a floodplain in Northeast Siberia

2014 10/10 Tomoki Ishimaru (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

  • Introduction of myself and undergraute thesis

2014 7/24 Dr Hideki Kobayashi (JAMSTEC, Japan)

  • Radiative transfer modeling of boreal forests and its application to satellite remote sensing

2014 5/20 Dr Saewung Kim (UC Irvine)

  • How do biosphere-atmosphere-human interactions determine tropospheric oxidation capacity?

2014 4/21 Dr Jinyu Hong (Yonsei University)

  • MIcroclimatological characteristics in Seoul City using automatic weather system network

2014 2/27 Dr Kazuhito Ichii (JAMSTEC, Japan)

  • Linking Satellite observation and terrestrial ecosystem model : toward better understanding of terrestrial carbon cycle

2014 2/14 Dr Oliver Sonentag (U Montreal, Canada)

  • Establishing a meso-network of micrometeorological towers for eddy covariance measurements along climate and permafrost gradient across Taiga Plains

2014 1/23 Junsheng Hao (Yungoal, China)

  • Implementing MODISAzure system in the Cloudf

2014 1/2 Dr Sebastiaan Luysseart (LSCE, France)

  • Do forests cool the Earth?

2013 10/2 Dr Kyungsoo Yoo (University of Minnesota)

  • Feedbacks between physical mixing, chemical erosion and carbon-mineral interactions along an earthworm invasion chronosequence

2013 9/8 Sungho Choi (Boston University)

  • Allometric scaling and resource limitations modeling of forest canopy height and biomass: a model of total aboveground biomass in forest stands

2013 6/28 Dr Taiki Mori (Kyoto University)

  • Effects of phosphorus application on soil greenhouse gas fluxes and carbon stocks in Acacia mangium plantation in Indonesia

2012 12/27 Keungchang Jang (Kangwon National University)

  • Mapping evapotranspiration under all sky conditions with MODIS and AMSR-E

2012 12/17 Bryan Yoon (Yale University)

  • Urban areas can hold significant amount of carbon in vegetation

2012 11/9 Dr Sanghoon Lee (Geoscience Australia)

  • Quantifying and monitoring vegetation structures with multiple remote sensors

2012 10/5 Dr Hanna Lee (NCAR)

  • How do physical changes in permafrost influence Arctic carbon cycling? linking observations and modeling

2012 9/27 Dr Youngil Kim (McGill University)

  • Modelling and experimental analysis of carbon exchange from artificially flooded boreal ecosystem in Quebec, Canada

2012 7/30 Dr Youngkeun Song (Kyoto University)

  • Estimating vegetation vigor with remote sensing

2012 5/15 Dr Sujong Jeong (Princeton University)

  • Developing land surface model that improves vegetation response to climate change

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