Rongjun Qin, Ph.D.
Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering (CEGE)
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
Environmental Science Graduate Program (ESGP)
218B, Bolz Hall, 2036 Neil Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210
qin dot 324 at osu dot edu
Ph.D. Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, ETH Zurich
M.Eng. Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Wuhan University
B.Eng. (Second Major), Electronics and Communication Engineering, Wuhan University of Technology
B. Sc. Computational Mathematics, Wuhan University
Research Keywords: Data analytics, Aerial/Satellite photogrammetry, remote sensing, image processing, machine learning, 3D computer vision, 3D modeling/change detection, deformation analysis, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, Image dense matching, Geographic information system
Associate Editor: Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing Journal
ISPRS Working Group Chair: Commission I, WG “Satellite Constellations for Remote Sensing”
Reviewer (selected):ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing; ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information; Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing; International Journal of Remote Sensing; IEEE JSTARS; IEEE TGRS; IEEE GRSL; Remote Sensing
04/03/2017, Congratulations to our group member Hessah Albanwan for having succefully defended her Master Thesis and rated high by the thesis committee. She is now officially admitted as a Ph.D. student in our group!
02/11/2017, position of our group based on Singapore is out, check the job description here (Link)
01/19 / 2017, Dr. Qin’s collaborating proposal to the National Research Foundation of Singapore Virtual Singapore Program has been accepted. Dr. Qin will be collaborating with Singapore ETH Center to work on semantic labeling and 3D building modeling. A position in our group based on Singapore will be sooner available!
01/18/2017, Our group was awarded a quick-study grant from Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory for a performance evaluation on our RSP stereo pipeline.
01/11/2017, Our group member Alexandra Julius was selected to attend the first ever “Learning from Earthquakes Travel Study Program”, organized by Earthquake Engineering Research Institute. This will support a one-week long travel to Chile.
12/15/2016, Dr. Lin from department of political science and Dr. Qin were awarded the TDA seed grant in using remote sensing to detect the impact of bombing and consequent demining efforts and their relation to economic growth in Cambodia.
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