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核心提示:李熙,男,1982年生,工学博士,副教授,硕士生导师,武汉大学“珞珈青年学者”,国家科技部“遥感青年科技人才”,2016年“武汉市优秀青年科技工作者”, 电子邮件:lixi@whu.edu.cn, li_rs@163.com

李熙

Basic Information

Dr. Xi Li, Associate Professor

Email: lixi@whu.edu.cn, li_rs@163.com

Address: 129 Luoyu Road, State Key Laboratory of Information Engineering in Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing (LIESMARS), Wuhan University, Wuhan 430079, China

 

Education

2004-2009 Ph.D, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bachelor, Wuhan University

2006-2008 Visiting Student, School of Government, Peking University

2000-2004 Bachelor, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Wuhan University

 

Employment

2015-     Associate Professor, LIESMARS, Wuhan University

2014-2015 Visiting Scholar, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA

2009-2015 Assistant Professor, LIESMARS, Wuhan University

 

Research Interest

Remote Sensing Image processing

Quantitative Remote Sensing

Remote Sensing of Humanitarian Crisis

Remote sensing of Socioeconomic Dynamics

 

Academic Services

Serving as member of Editorial Advisory Board of International Journal of Remote Sensing and as a referee for >10 international journals including Remote Sensing of Environment, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, International Journal of Remote Sensing, Remote Sensing Letter, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, Remote Sensing, Scientific Reports, Applied Geography.

 

Social Service and global impact

On March 11 2015, Dr. Xi Li took part in a telebriefing entitled, "WithSyria 4th Anniversary Campaign: Turn the Lights Back On."  During this briefing - also attended by Madeleine Albright (former U.S. Secretary of State) and David Miliband (former Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs) - Dr. Xi Li released his research results, which were cited by WithSyria (a social movement of 130 global organizations) during its launch of a global petition to end the conflict and bring the lights back on for Syria. WithSyria released a series of satellite images showing that Syria has lost 83% of its night lights over the last four years due to civil war.

The result has been widely published by more than 600 global media outlets and NGOs (e.g. Al Jazeera, AOL, CNN, France 24, New York Times, Reuters, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Le Figaro, Jerusalem Post, and Save the Children) and 7418th meeting of United Nations Security Council (starting at 5:45). As NGO group Crisis Action stated, “Without Dr Xi Li’s innovative and compelling research, the plight of Syrians would have remained further down the global agenda in March of 2014, and perhaps may not be as high as it is today.

 

About Humanitarian Research Group

The Humanitarian Research Group (HRG), led by Dr. Xi Li and Dr. Michael Jendryke, is a research unit in LIESMARS at Wuhan University. The aim of HRG is to evaluate socioeconomic dynamics during humanitarian crisis and its impact on the environment using geospatial technology such as remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems. We are seeking for 1-2 master students who are interested in our research topics, interested international applicants please write an email to lixi@whu.edu.cn and read http://admission.whu.edu.cn/

 

Research Fund

National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant no. 41771386)

National Key Research and Development Program (grant no. 2016YFB0502600)

Research Fund for Wuhan University “Luojia Young Scholars”

Research Fund for “Excellent Remote Sensing Young Scholars”

 

Selected Publication

Li, Xi, and Deren Li. 2014. "Can night-time light images play a role in evaluating the Syrian Crisis?"  International Journal of Remote Sensing 35 (18):6648-61.

Li, Xi, Deren Li, Huimin Xu, and Chuanqing Wu. 2017. "Intercalibration between DMSP/OLS and VIIRS night-time light images to evaluate city light dynamics of Syria’s major human settlement during Syrian Civil War."  International Journal of Remote Sensing 38 (21):5934-51.

Li, Xi, Rui Zhang, Chengquan Huang, and Deren Li. 2015. "Detecting 2014 Northern Iraq Insurgency using night-time light imagery."  International Journal of Remote Sensing 36 (13):3446-58.

Li, Xi, Fengrui Chen, and Xiaoling Chen. 2013. "Satellite-observed nighttime light variation as evidence for global armed conflicts."  IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing 6 (5):2302-15.

Li, Xi, Linlin Ge, and Xiaoling Chen. 2013. "Detecting Zimbabwe’s decadal economic decline using nighttime light imagery."  Remote Sensing 5 (9):4551-70.

Li, Xi, C. Elvidge, Y. Y. Zhou, C. Y. Cao, and T. Warner. 2017. "Remote sensing of night-time light."  International Journal of Remote Sensing 38 (21):5855-9.

Li, Xi, Xiaoling Chen, Yousong Zhao, Jia Xu, Fengrui Chen, and Hui Li. 2013. "Automatic intercalibration of night-time light imagery using robust regression."  Remote Sensing Letters 4 (1):45-54.

Li, Xi, Linlin Ge, and Xiaoling Chen. 2014. "Quantifying contribution of land use types to nighttime light using an unmixing model."  IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters:1677-1.

Li, Xi, Liqiao Tian, Xi Zhao, and Xiaoling Chen. 2011. "A super resolution approach for spectral unmixing of remote sensing images."  International Journal of Remote Sensing 32 (21):6091-107.

Li, Xi, Huimin Xu, Xiaoling Chen, and Chang Li. 2013. "Potential of NPP-VIIRS nighttime light imagery for modeling the regional economy of China."  Remote Sensing 5 (6):3057-81.

Li, Xi, Wentao Ye, Xiaoling Chen, Nengcheng Chen, Jia Xu, and Fengrui Chen. 2012. "Impact of training database on super resolution-based spectral unmixing."  Remote Sensing Letters 3 (8):647-55.

Xu, Huimin*, Hutao Yang, Xi Li*, Huiran Jin, and Deren Li. 2015. "Multi-Scale Measurement of Regional Inequality in Mainland China during 2005–2010 Using DMSP/OLS Night Light Imagery and Population Density Grid Data."  Sustainability 7 (10):13469.

Ye, Wentao, Xi Li*, Xiaoling Chen, and Guo Zhang. 2014. A spectral index for highlighting forest cover from remotely sensed imagery. Paper presented at the SPIE Asia Pacific Remote Sensing.

Chen, Fengrui*, and Xi Li*. 2016. "Evaluation of IMERG and TRMM 3B43 Monthly Precipitation Products over Mainland China."  Remote Sensing 8 (6):472.

Li, Deren, Xia Zhao, and Xi Li*. 2016. "Remote sensing of human beings – a perspective from nighttime light."  Geo-spatial Information Science 19 (1):69-79.


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