IRSIP(Institute of Remote Sensing Information Processing) is founded and led by Prof. Xin Huang. The main research directions of the institute include information extraction from remote sensing images, urban remote sensing, remote sensing mapping, etc.

Toward accurate mapping of 30-m time-series global impervious surface area GISA 2.0(1972~2019) 30 m annual land cover and its dynamics in China from 1990 to 2019, Earth System Science Data The team went to Guiyang to participate in the 7th Youth Geoscience Forum 30-m global impervious surface area dynamics and urban expansion pattern observed by Landsat satellites: from 1972 to 2019, SCES Urban functional zone mapping by integrating high spatial resolution nighttime light and daytime multi-view imagery, ISPRS A deep learning method for building height estimation using high-resolution multi-view imagery over urban areas: a case study of 42 Chinese cities, RSE A Multi-Spectral and Multi-Angle 3-D Convolutional Neural Network for the Classification of ZY-3 Satellite Images over Urban Areas, TGRS Yang Junjing, a graduate student of the team, won the Youth Innovation Fund of the 7th High Score Annual Conference An updated MODIS global urban extent product (MGUP) from 2001 to 2018 based on an automated mapping approach. JAG Global assessment of the impact of irrigation on land surface temperature. Science Bulletin Satellite-derived river width and its spatiotemporal patterns in China during 1990–2015. Remote Sensing of Environment An automatic change detection method for monitoring newly constructed building areas using time-series multi-view high-resolution optical satellite images, Remote Sensing of Environment High-resolution urban land-cover mapping and landscape analysis of the 42 major cities in China using ZY-3 satellite images, Science Bulletin. The impact of urban agglo-meration on ozone precursor conditions: A systematic investigation across global agglomerations utilizing multi-source geospatial datasets. Science of The Total Environment Irrigation cooling effect on land surface temperature across China based on satellite observations. Science of The Total Environment Investigating the effects of 3D urban morphology on the surface urban heat island effect in urban functional zones by using high-resolution remote sensing data: A case study of Wuhan, Central China. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Deep neural network for remote-sensing image interpretation: Status and perspectives. National Science Review
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