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WANG Xinyuan
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Name: Wang Xinyuan                                            

Academic title: Professor

Education background: PhD

Telephone: 8610-82178197  Fax: 8610-82178197  

Address: Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences, No.9, Dengzhuang South Road, Haidian District, Beijing, PRC  Postcode: 100094

Curriculum Vitae:

Wang Xinyuan, male, born in Lu’An City, Anhui Province; PR, PhD, Ph.D. supervisor; in charge of or participated as a key member in more than 30 projects such as “National Science-Technology Support Program” projects, “National Key Basic Research and Development (973) Program”  projects, “State High-tech Research and Development (863) Program”   projects, Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) projects, and so on ; published more than 130 research papers and academic works.

Education Background:

September 1982-July 1986: Studied at the Department of Geography, Beijing Normal University, BS degree

September 1995-July 2000: Studied with an integrated MS-PhD program jointly organized by the Department of Earth Sciences, Nanjing University and the Institute of Remote Sensing Applications, Chinese Academy of Sciences, PhD degree

March 2003-June 2006: Postdoctoral research at the University of Science and Technology of China


Deputy Director, CAS Key Laboratory of Digital Earth Science

Deputy Director, International Centre on Space Technologies for Natural and Cultural Heritage under the Auspices of UNESCO (HIST)

Research fields:

Remote Sensing ArchaeologyDigital Cultural and Natural Heritages, Physical Geography

Main Research Projects undertaken in recent years:

Program of International S&T Cooperation Project “ Fined Earth Observation and Recognition of the Impact of Global Change on World Heritage Sites”

NSFC project “ On shift and Driving Mechanism of the Middle Segment of Southern Silk Road—A Case Study of Remote Sensing Archaeology from Qiemo to Khotan , National Natural Science Foundation of China ”

863 sub-project “Lunar Topographical and Structural Information Extraction and Analysis”

“National Remote Sensing Geological Survey on Surface Deformation (Anhui)”, a project commissioned by the Anhui Institute of Geological Survey

“Research on IT-based Development of National Scenic Areas”, a project proposed and commissioned by the Information Center of the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development

 "Atlas of Remote Sensing World Heritage: China", a project of the Earth Observation Center

“Chaohu Lake Basin Ecological Function Zoning and Ecological Disaster Prevention & Mitigation Based on Remote Sensing and GIS”, a major project supported by the Anhui Natural Science Fund for Colleges and Universities

NSFC project “Research on Changes in the Chaohu Lake Basin 6000-2000aB.P Ancient Settlements in Response to Environmental Changes Based on Generalized Remote Sensing”,

Participated in the “Research on the Mechanism of Response to Global Changes Associated with Human Activities in the Bohai Rim Region”, which is an integral part of “Multi-platform Remote Sensing Scientific Experiment and Environmental Information Simulation”, the sixth research subject of “Mechanisms and Methods of Space-based Observations of Sensitive Factors of Global Changes” which is a project of the National 973 Program

Awards and Honours:

1. Won first prize of the 2014 Beijing Municipal Scientific and Technological Progress Award for “Research on the Mechanism of Earth Observation and Ground-object Identification by New-type Radars” (participated in the project)

2. Won third prize of the 2014 Natural Science Awards of Anhui Provincial People’s Government and Anhui Provincial Science & Technology Bureau for “Remote-sensing-based Research on the Spatial-Temporal Characteristics of Typical Ground Objects in Northern China” (in charge of the project)

3X.Y. WangWang Xinyuan, W. Hu, Y. M. Chang, L. S. Zha. Analysis on Paleodraiange Evolution Since 60 KaBP by Radar Remote Sensing in North- eastern Ejin Banner, Inner Mongolia of Chinawinning second prize of the 4th Anhui Provincial Award for Excellent Natural Science Research Papers(in charge of the project).

4. Won 2003 CAS KC Wong Incentive Fund for Excellent Postdoctoral Research Work (in charge of the project)

5. Won third prize of 2008 Ahui Provincial Education Bureau Award for Outstanding Teaching Achievements for “Research on Geological Teaching Reform through GIS-based Field Practice in Beishan area, Chaohu” (in charge of the project)

Representative Papers:

  1. WANG XinYuanLUO Lei et al. Cratering process and morphological features of the Xiuyan impact crater in Northeast China[J]. SCIENCE CHINAD20135610: 1629–1638

  2. Wang Xinyuan, Zhengyag Guoet al. Extraction of palaeochannel information from remote sensing imagery in the east of Chaohu Lake, China[J]. Frontiers of Earth Science, 2012,6(1):75—82

  3. LUO L, WANG X Y*, LIU C Set al. Integrated RS, GIS and GPS Approaches to Archaeological Prospecting in the Hexi Corridor, NW China: A Case Study of the Royal Road to Ancient Dunhuang[J]. Journal of Archaeological Science. 2014,50,178-190. (SCI &SSCI)

  4. LUO L, WANG X Y*,et al.. Automated Extraction of the Archaeological Tops of Qanat Shafts from VHR Imagery in Google Earth[J]. Remote Sensing. 2014, 6, 11956-11976.

  5. Jingwei Song, Bo Xiang, Xinyuan Wang*, et al. Application of dynamic data driven application system in environmental science[J]. Environmental Reviews, 2014, 22(999): 287-297.

  6. Jingwei Song, Xinyuan Wang*, Yin Liao, et al. Ruixia Yang, Chuansheng Liu, Chun Chang, Xin Zong. An Improved Neural Network for Regional Giant Panda Habitat Suitability Mapping: A Case Study in Ya’an Prefecture[J]. Sustainability, 2014, 6(7): 4059-4076.

  7. Wu Li, Wang Xinyuan, Zhu Cheng et al. Ancient culture decline after the Han Dynasty in the Chaohu Lake basin, East China: A geoarchaeological perspective Quaternary International2012, 275,23-29

  8. GUO Huadong, WANG Xingyuan, LI Xinwu, LIU Guang, ZHANG Lu & YAN ShiyongYushu Earthquake Synergic Analysis Study Using Multi-modal SAR datasetsChinese Science Bulletin,  2010, 55(31): 3499-3503 

  9. WU Li, WANG Xinyuan, ZHOU Kunshu et al. Transmutation of ancient settlements and environmental changes between 6000-2000 aBP in the Chaohu Lake Basin, East China.J. Geogr. Sci. 2010, 20(5): 687-700

  10. Lu Yingcheng,Tian Qingjiu,Wang Xinyuan ,et al,Determining oil slick thickness using hyperspectral remote sensing in the Bohai Sea of China .International Journal of Digital Earth 2013 6(1) 76-9

  11. Gao ChaoWang Xinyuan Jiang Tong, et al,  Spatial Distribution of Archaeological Sites in Lakeshore of Chaohu Lake in China Based on GIS.  Chinese Geographical Science 2009 19(4):333-340

  12. Wang Xinyuan et al. Environmental changes during early-middle Holocene from the sediment record of the   Chaohu Lake, Anhui Province. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2008, 53Supp.I):153-160.

  13. Xinyuan Wang et al.Digital reconstruction on geographical environment of Neolithic human activities in the Lingjiatan site of Chaohu City, East ChinaISDE6,2009Proc. of SPIE Vol. 7841 78411Z-1

  14. Wang Xinyuan et al. Information extraction of suspended sediment’s relative density and distribution change in Lake Chaohu based on Landsat TM/ETM+ data. Ju Weimin, Zhao Shuhe. Geoinformatics 2007 Remotely Sensed Data and Information. Nanjing: Published by SPIE, 2007.67521R-1-67521R-8.

  15. WANG Xin-yuan et al. Analysis of remote sensing archaeology for traffic function transformation of Tongji Grand  Canal in Sui and Tang danasty. Chinese Geographical Science,2006,16(2):95-101

  16. WANG Xinyuan et al. On Paleodrainage Evolution in Mid-late Epipleistocene Based on Radar Remote Sensing in North-eastern Ejin Qi, Inner Mongolia of China, Journal of geographical sciences, 2004, 14(2): 235-241

Representative academic works:

   1. Wang Xinyuan, A Guide Book on Geological Survey and Tourism in Beishan Area of Chaohu, Press of University of Science and Technology of China, 2007

   2. Guo Huadong (chief editor), Wang Xinyuan (associate editors),Huang Miaofen. Atlas of Remote Sensing World Heritage: China. Springer , Science Press, 2012


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