近4年来，承担科研项目179项，到账经费2655万元，其中承担纵向课题97项目，到账经费1747万元，承担的国家级课题45项目，含973计划、863计划课题 9 项，国家自然科学基金项目 33 项。获得省部级级科技进步奖一等奖 4 项，二等奖7项，发表SCI论文17余篇，出版专著和教材4部。
In the discipline assessment of educational ministry, the first-level discipline of surveying and mapping science and technology in SWJTU is ranked 6th. In this discipline, there are three sub-disciplines, i.e. surveying engineering, photogrammetry and remote sensing, cartography and geographic information engineering, and postdoctoral scientific research organization. The sub-discipline of cartography and geographic information engineering is state-level key discipline (training) and the sub-discipline of surveying engenerring is province-level key discipline. In this discipline, some research work has been conducted, such as precise engineering surveying, permanent scatterer radar interferometry, navigation and location services, multi-dimensional dynamic GIS.
There are 179 research funded projects in this discipline direction in the past four years and the sum of research funding is 26.5 million Yuan. These projects contain 97 research projects ( 17.4 million Yuan ), and 45 state-level projects such as chinesch 973 plan and 863 plan, and 33 projects funded by National Natural Science Foundation. Some awards including four province-level first prize, seven second prize. More than 17 papers .and four monographs and textbooks are published.
The key research fields of geodesy and surveying engineering include precise engineering surveying of high-speed railway, navigation and location cloud services based on ground based augmentation and multi-constellation fusion, quality distribution of Earth’s surface and gravity field model, deformation monitoring of Earth’s surface and engineering deformation monitoring etc.. Selected achievements of relevant research topics in these fields are listed as below:
Theory and method of precise engineering surveying of high-speed railway: the precision requirements of survey control network and data processing approaches for high-speed railway are proposed. The concept of ″Triple Play″ is given. The first Chinese ″specifications for survey engineering of high speed railway″ is formulated and implemented. A theoretic foundation of control surveying of Chinese high-speed railway in China are built.
Three-dimensional tidal deformation of the solid Earth accurate to the level of sub-millimeter had been firstly determined using GPS observations. The effects of the mantle’s lateral heterogeneity on body tides are also firstly founded. This newly observations provide important constraints to the structure of Earth’s interior.
Navigation and location cloud services based on ground based augmentation and multi-constellation fusion: on the basis of WEB and VRS, Service platform of Enhanced Reference Station Network with China's first self-owned intellectual property has been developed. This platform can support data fusion and positioning service of muti-GNSS such as GPS, GLONASS and BDS. It also provides centimeter-level navigation and real-time kinematic positioning service. According to the extension from network computing to center-difference explicit, the ARSNet/VENUS with China's independent intellectual property rights has been developed. Besides, the precise single point positioning up to 1cm has been developed.
For the research field of geodesy and surveying engineering, five SCI papers and two monographs have been published in the last four years. Two industry standards have been edited. One achievement has been selected as the research highlights of the American Geophysical Union. Three first-class prizes, five second-class prizes and three third-class prizes of National Prize for Progress in Science and Technology have been awarded. 10 national level projects including one national high technology research and development program of China (863 program) and nine projects supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China have been approved. There are more than 30 provincial and other major projects.
大地测量学与测量工程/Geodesy and Surveying Engineering
The key research fields of science and technology of remote sensing include theory and application of synthetic aperture radar interference and high resolution remote sensing data processing. The former research field focuses on high resolution satellite radar interference and its applications to regional surface subsidence and high-speed railway subgrade settlement, while the later concerns high resolution remote sensing image registration, change detection, image classification, etc. Selected achievements of relevant research topics in these fields are listed as below:
linear-structure deformation monitoring based on interferometric surveying: the theories, key technologies, software development and applications of linear-structure deformation monitoring based on interferometric surveying have been studied. A theoretical and technological framework of multiple temporal interferometric surveying based on networking persistent scatterer has been established from efforts of four aspects made as following. Firstly, a novel moveable artificial corner reflector has been invented. Then, an integrated layout strategy that combined natural persistent scatterers and artificial corner reflectors has been proposed. Afterwards, a freely connecting networking model has been proposed to extracting deformation information in time series. In addition, a novel large scale subsidence monitoring method based on integrated multi-wavelength data has been put forward. Finally, a persistent scatterer interferometric data processing platform has been developed. This is the first domestic software platform with independent intellectual property, which filled the domestic gap in this field and played a key role in a series of national important construction projects.
High resolution remote sensing data processing and information extraction: a feature detector with scale invariance, a local feature descriptor and a geometric structure similarity metric have been developed using phase congruency. An efficient coarse-to-fine automatic registration approach has been proposed. Besides, the classification algorithm of topic model under the pixel samples marked partly has been explored.
Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) low altitude remote sensing: as the quick acquisition and processing of spatial data play important roles in the safety early warning and monitoring of the railway or high-speed railway, key technologies and products related to UAV remote sensing have been developed. A rough framework of quick acquisition and processing of UAV low altitude remote sensing data has been built.
For the research fields of Science and Technology of Remote Sensing, nine SCI papers, two monographs and one translated book have been published in the last four years. More than 30 EI papers have been published. Four patents have been granted. One first prize, two second-class prizes and one third-class prize of provincial level have been awarded. We have also won more than 10 scientific paper awards or industry association awards. The approaches and technologies proposed have been successfully applied to the Wenchuan, Yushu and Lushan earthquakes, landslides, the deformation monitoring of Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway, Shanghai-Nanjing intercity passenger special line, Hong Kong subway and etc.
The key research fields of cartography and geospatial information engineering include key technologies of multi-dimensional and dynamic GIS, large scale spatial data management, high performance and high credible spatial analysis, adaptive visualization and geographical information intelligent service, key technologies of geo-collaboration & virtual geographic environments and its important engineering application, geographic information automatic synthesis and multi-scale spatial database technology, spatial data mining and knowledge discovery, information technology tools for geographic regularity detection, geographic process analysis and geographic mechanism explanation. Selected achievements of relevant research topics in these fields are listed as below:
A set of technique of three-dimensional dynamic geographic information system: the theories, key technologies, software development and applications of digital city and virtual geographical environments are systematically explored. A true three-dimensional GIS platform was developed, and a 3D city modeling standard was firstly formulated, which were widely used in different areas such as digital city, land, transportation, defense, disaster prevention, mitigation etc. Relevant findings have been published on many prestigious journals such as IJGIS and ISPRS. Besides, we have won the first prize of the national science and technology progress awards in surveying and mapping of China in year 2013 and 2014.
Multi-scale digital map representation: "natural principle" for multi-scale spail representation and digital map generalization has been proposed. A series of geometric transformation operators and the corresponding algorithms including Li-Openshaw algorithm have been developed, which have been widely used for map production in many countries. Several prizes such as the first prize of the national science and technology progress award in surveying and mapping of china, first prize of science and technology progress award in geographic information of China, second prize of national science award of China, and ISPRS society award.
For the research fields of Cartography and Geospatial Information Engineering, three SCI papers and one monographs have been published in the last four years. Three first-class prizes, three second-class prizes and two third-class prizes of provincial level have been awarded. 13 national level projects including one national program on key basic research project (973 program), two national high technology research and development program of China (863 program), nine projects supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China have been approved. There are also more than 30 provincial and other major projects.
测绘科学与技术博士后流动站主要科研设备及科研条件（Research Supportive Conditions）
National Laboratory for Rail Traffic (under construction)
State-Province Joint Engineering Laboratory of Spatial Information Technology for High-speed Railway Safety
Sichuan Provincial Technological Research Centre of Emergency Mapping and Geological Disaster Monitoring,
The Collaborative Innovation Center for Geospatial Information Technology supported by National 2011 program of China
The Collaborative Innovation Centre for Rail Transit Safety supported by National 2011 program of China
Grants and Funding
近4年来，承担科研项目179项，到账经费2655万元，其中承担纵向课题97项目，到账经费1747万元，承担的国家级课题45项目，含973计划、863计划课题 9 项，国家自然科学基金项目 33 项。
In the last four years, funding of 26,550,000 Yuan for 179 grants has been approved, in which 17,470,000 Yuan for 97 grants were funded by governments. 45 national level projects including nine national program on key basic research project (973 program) or national high technology research and development program of China (863 program) and 33 National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) funded projects.
LI Zhilin, Ph.D, DSc, University of Glasgow (UK)
Distinguished professor of Chinese National Recruitment Program of Global Experts (The 1000 Talents Plan)
Dean of Faculty of Geosciences and Environmental Engineering at SWJTU
Research interests: multi-scale modeling and representation, multi-dimensional representation, multi-dimensional modeling
ZHU Qing, Ph.D, Beijing Jiaotong University (China)
Yangtze River Scholar Professor Awarded by the Ministry of Education of China
Deputy Dean of Faculty of Geosciences and Environmental Engineering at SWJTU
Research interests: GIS, virtual geographic environments, digital photogrammetry and computer vision
HUANG Dingfa, Ph.D, Southwest Jiaotong University (China)
Researchinterests: GNSS and integrated navigation system; precise engineering surveying, deformation monitoring system, auxiliary decision-making information system
LIU Guoxiang, Ph.D, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (China)
Deputy Dean of Administration of Graduate School at SWJTU
Research interests: permanent-scatterer SAR interferometry and regional deformation inversion, change detection using high resolution satellite images
LI Yongshu, Ph.D, Graduate School of China University of Mining and Technology,
Research interests: GIS theory and applications, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)-based remote sensing
CEN Minyi, Ph.D, Southwest Jiaotong University (China)
Research interests: precise engineering surveying high-speed railway
FAN Dongming, Ph.D, Southwest Jiaotong University (China)
Head of Department of Surveying and Mapping Engineering
Research interests: modern geodesy and precise engineering control survey, 3S technology and spatial database
XU Zhu, Ph.D, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong, China)
Head of Department of Remote Sensing and Geoinformation Engineering
Research interests: spatio-temporal data mining and geospatial data sharing, automated cartographic generalization
XIONG Yongliang, Ph.D, Southwest Jiaotong University (China)
Research interests: high-precision GNSS data processing, precise engineering surveying and deformation monitoring
CHEN Qiang, Ph.D, Southwest Jiaotong University (China)
Research interests: SAR interferometry and deformation monitoring, digital
photogrammetry and its engineering application
ZHU Jun, Ph.D, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth of Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)
Research interests: virtual geographic environments, modeling of spatio-temporal process
YUAN Linguo, Ph.D, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong, China)
Research interests: geodesy and geodynamics
Ms. Huang, Lanxin, Secretary of Human Resource
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遥感科学与技术/Science and Technology of Remote Sensing