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RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 2013-present Postdoc Research Fellow. Crop Science Group, Institute of Crop Science and Resource Conservation (INRES), University of Bonn, Germany. Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Frank Ewert Research topics: • Climate change impact and adaptation assessments in South Africa with crop model and remotely sensed data (UAV) (SPACES project). • Climate change impact and adaptation assessments in Europe (LIAISE project). • Comparison of different methods for applying process-based crop models at regional scale (MACSUR project). • Development of irrigation map for India for different seasons by fusion of data from remote sensing and census (GeoShare project). EDUCATION 2009 – 2013 Joint PhD of Agro-ecology. Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences. Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Qiang Yu (CAS, UTS) and Dr. Brett A. Bryan (CSIRO) Dissertation projects: • Modeling the impact of management practices on wheat production, water-nitrogen use efficiency and soil organic carbon dynamics at a national scale of Australia. • Quantification of the sustainable limits of wheat residue harvest to environmental constraints of soil organic carbon, soil erosion and soil productivity. • Developing a hybrid computing approach combining parallel processing and grid computing to run Agricultural Production Systems sIMulator (APSIM) for large-scale and high-resolution agricultural systems modeling. • Sensitivity and uncertainty analysis of APSIM-Wheat model to quantify interactions between cultivar, environmental, and management parameters. • Analysis of the trade-offs between food production, greenhouse gas (GHG) emission and energy in Australia’s cereal-growing regions. 2006 – 2009 M.Eng. Cartography and Geographic Information Engineering. Tai Yuan University of Technology. Dissertation project ─ Design and development of a platform for collecting, processing and mapping cadastral data. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Yonghui Ge 2002 – 2006 B.Eng. Geomatics Engineering. Tai Yuan University of Technology. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Yonghui Ge Diploma thesis ─ Implementation of an algorithm for polygon clipping in a mine mapping system.
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