Chang Huang is an Associate professor in the School of Urban and Environmental Sciences at Northwest University, China, visiting Brown University through a China Scholarship Council (CSC) fellowship. His research interests focus on utilizing remote sensing for hydrological studies, with particular interests in flood inundation in floodplain and wetlands. He has developed several methods and models for mapping and monitoring long term flood inundation or surface water dynamics at high spatial and temporal resolutions. He is currently working on integrating satellite SAR with multiple data sources for wetland inundation monitoring. Dr. Huang received his PhD in 2014 from East China Normal University in China, and CSIRO Land and Water in Australia, where he was a joint-PhD candidate supported by the CSC. He was also a visiting Scholar in 2016-16 at the Vienna University of Technology.
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