ALOS Principal Investigators List (4th RA) - Disaster and Earthquake

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As of Oct 5, 2017

Disaster and Earthquake
No. Name Organization Reseach Title Country
1024 Josaphat Tetuko Sri Sumantyo Chiba University Monitoring of Land Deformation in Urban Areas using Polarimetry and Interferometry Techniques Japan
1031 Masayuki TAMURA Kanazawa Institute of Technology Disaster damage assessment in urban areas using SAR imagery Japan
1037 Howard A. Zebker Stanford University Time and Space Series InSAR for Natural Hazards and Resources U.S.A.
1041 Yosuke ITO Naruto University of Education Utilization research of interferometric SAR in school education Japan
1044 Andrei A. TRONIN Scientific Research Centre for Ecological Safety by Russian Academy of Sciences (SRCES RAS) Influence of meteorological and hydrogeological factors on ground surface vertical oscillations Russia
1046 Qiang Chen Southwest Jiaotong University Postseismic landslides characterization and risk evaluation of slope failure with PALSAR-2 imagery in the Longmenshan fault zone China
1051 Juan M. Lopez-Sanchez University of Alicante L-band polarimetric differential SAR interferometry for subsidence monitoring Spain
1054 Pablo J. Gonzalez The University of Western Ontario Mapping ground surface deformation due to natural hazards using ALOS-2 interferometry Canada
1058 Urs Wegmuller Gamma Remote Sensing AG Displacement mapping using PALSAR-2 DINSAR, PSI and tracking Switzerland
1064 Motoyuki SATO Tohoku University Damage Evaluation and Investigation of Natural Disaster using Multi-Temporal Polarimetric SAR Data Japan
1077 Tim Wright University of Leeds Spatial and temporal variation of Slow Slip Events on the Guerrero Subduction Zone by using ALOS PALSAR data U.K.
1093 Ian Hamling GNS Science Active deformation due to calderas, cone volcanoes, tectonic rifting and geothermal fields in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand New Zealand
1094 Ian Hamling GNS Science Earthquakes and postseismic deformation at the Fiordland subduction zone and Alpine Fault, New Zealand New Zealand
1101 Andrea Manconi National Council of Research (CNR) Advanced SAR techniques to efficiently monitor landslide phenomena Italy
1105 Xiaopeng Tong University of Washington Interseismic Deformation of the Sumatra fault, Indonesia from GPS and InSAR U.S.A.
1110 Taku OZAWA National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention (NIED) Research on precise detection of crustal deformation using PALSAR-2 Japan
1112 Yousuke MIYAGI National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention (NIED) Volcano Monitoring using SAR and InSAR Japan
1118 Alessandro Parizzi German Aerospace Center (DLR) PSI Technology for Future L-Band Systems Germany
No. Name Organization Reseach Title Country
1126 Ian Hamling GNS Science Postseismic deformation following the devastating 2010-2011 Christchurch, New Zealand, earthquakes New Zealand
1131 Tumen Chymitdorzhiev Institute of Physical Material Science of the Siberian Branch of the RAS Crustal and cryogenic deformation monitoring in Siberia (Baikal rift, Kuznetsk coal basin) and Siberian Arctic (Yakutia, Yamal) with PALSAR-2 and TanDEM-X interferometry Russia
1134 Matthew Garthwaite Geoscience Australia Monitoring of Natural Hazards in Papua New Guinea Australia
1138 Carlos Lopez-Martinez Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya UPC Subsidence Phenomena and Change Monitoring in Urban and Mining Environments Spain
1140 Xuejun Qiao Institute of Seismology, China Earthquake Administration Study on the Segmental Slip Rates and Tectonics of Yadong-Gulu rift(Tibet) by GPS and InSAR Measurements China
1142 Remy Dominique IRD-CNRS-OMP, Universite Paul Sabatier Ground deformation monitoring and modeling of South-American volcanoes using satellite and ground based geodetic surveys France
1144 Rowena Lohman Cornell University Application of InSAR to assessment of tectonic hazards in Cascadia U.S.A.
1149 Antonio Pepe National Council of Research (CNR) Advanced Interferometric SAR Techniques for Earth Observation at L-band Italy
1153 Robert Mellors Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) Earthquake characterization with InSAR and seismology in Central Asia and Middle East U.S.A.
1158 Masanobu SHIMADA Tokyo Denki University InSAR CALVAL of PALSAR-2 and accurate estimation of the surface deformation using the time series analysis Japan
1161 Mahdi Motagh Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ - German Research Centre for Geosciences Evaulation of postseismic deformation mechanism following large earthquakes using PALSAR-2 data Germany
1162 Mahdi Motagh Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ - German Research Centre for Geosciences Investigation of mass movement processes in Central Asia using PALSAR-2 data Germany
1178 Manabu HASHIMOTO Kyoto University Identification of buried active faults beneath plain with InSAR Japan
1184 Marie-Pierre Doin Université Joseph Fourier Measurement of transient deformations using ALOS: constraints on lithospheric rheology France
1188 Virginie Pinel ISTerre-Universite de Savoie Study of andesitic stratovolcanoes topographic changes, eruptive deposits and deformation through L-band Synthetic Aperture Radar imagery : an insight into the magmatic plumbing system France
1189 R.S. Chatterjee Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization) Detection and Monitoring of Land Subsidence Scenario in Northern India India
1195 Antonios Mouratidis European Space Agency (ESA) Education, Training and pilot projects in Cyprus Italy
No. Name Organization Reseach Title Country
1207 Joong-Sun Won Yonsei University ALOS ScanSAR and Stripmap Interferometry for Studying Relative Motion between the Korean Peninsula and the Southwestern Japan Korea
1209 Gerardo Herrera Geological and Mining Survey of Spain Combination of standard and advanced DInSAR analysis of ALOS PALSAR images for landslides detection and monitoring Spain
1216 Charles Wicks United States Geological Survey Advancing the Knowledge of Magmatic, Tectonic and Hydrothermal Processes at Long Valley and Yellowstone Calderas Using ALOS-2/PALSAR-2 Stripmap and ScanSAR Data U.S.A.
1217 Charles Wicks United States Geological Survey An ALOS-2/PALSAR-2 Study of Eight High Hazard Potential Volcanoes in the Southern Andean Volcanic Zone of Chile U.S.A.
1221 S. Tabrez Ali University of Wisconsin-Madison Interferometric analysis of JERS-1, ALOS and ALOS-2 SAR data over subaerial spreading centers for constraining rheological models U.S.A.
1223 Michael Poland U.S. Geological Survey Deformation of Kilauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes, Hawai'i, using ALOS-2 interferometry U.S.A.
1228 Francisco Dourado University of Rio de Janeiro State (UERJ) Landslides, floods and land use changes monitoring for climate changes studies in Brazil using ALOS-2/PALSAR-2 images Brazil
1233 Masato FURUYA Hokkaido University Elucidating the crustal deformation style of inland plate bounraries based on SAR data Japan
1235 Guoxiang Liu Southwest Jiaotong University Monitoring Land Subsidence due to Overuse of Groundwater in China by ALOS/PALSAR-2 InSAR China
1236 Yuri Fialko University of California San Diego Toward 4-D observations of seismic and volcanic deformation U.S.A.
1241 Enrique Cabral-Cano Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) Urban subsidence hazard and water resources exploitation in central Mexico Mexico
1246 Lei Zhang The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Joint estimation of ground deformation and orbital errors by multi-temporal L-band SAR Interferometry China
1247 Mingsheng Liao Wuhan University Monitoring of Landslide Movements with L-band PALSAR-1/2 Data Stacks in Mountainous and Valley Areas of Southwest China China
1249 Itthi Trisirisatayawong Chulalongkorn University Determination of Interseismic Slip Rate of Sagaing fault from PALSAR Images Thailand
1251 Fumitaka OGUSHI Exelis VIS KK Quantitative comparison of methods and sensors for monitoring land subsidence based on SAR interferometric stacking with ALOS-2 Japan
No. Name Organization Reseach Title Country
1266 Lasserre Cecile Université Grenoble Alpes Interplay between aseismic slip, seismicity and fault properties : insights from InSAR measurements along the western North Anatolian Fault France
1273 Timothy H. Dixon University of South Florida Evaluation of ALOS-2 observations for studying subsidence of the Gulf Coast and Mississippi Delta U.S.A.
1274 John F. Dehls Geological Survey of Norway Characterization of active unstable rock slopes along the Norwegian fjords Norway
1286 Youhei KINOSHITA Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan (RESTEC) Interdisciplinary studies between geodesy and meteorology about atmospheric propagation delay with ALOS-2/PALSAR-2 Japan
1287 Jean-Luc Froger Laboratoire Magmas & Volcans Université Blaise Pascal Monitoring Ground Surface Displacements and Topographic Changes at Piton de la Fournaise with PALSAR-2 France
1288 Hu Jyr-Ching National Taiwan University Consistent measurements of crustal deformation of the Taiwan Island by ALOS-2 SAR interferometry Taiwan
1289 Champenois Johann Institut de Radioprotection et Sureté Nucléaire (IRSN) Interseismic deformations and seismic hazard along the Pallatanga fault system (Ecuador): Contribution of space-borne SAR Interferometry with PALSAR data France
1293 Pathier Erwan ISTerre, Université Joseph Fourier Monitoring slow-slip events along the Mexican subduction zone by ALOS-2 SAR interferometry France
1298 Roland Burgmann University of California, Berkeley ALOS-2 InSAR Imaging Of Active Tectonics in Central California U.S.A.
1301 Sang-Ho Yun Jet Propulsion Laboratory Imaging magma intrusion with joint inversion of seismicity and geodetic observations U.S.A.
1303 Sang-Ho Yun Jet Propulsion Laboratory Damage Proxy Map for Earthquake Disaster Response U.S.A.
1306 Roland Burgmann University of California, Berkeley ALOS-2 InSAR Imaging Of Earthquake Cycle Deformation in Tibet U.S.A.
1307 Simone Atzori Italian Institute for Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV) SInkholes and Tectonic dynamics in Dead Sea through advanced InSAR Italy
1309 Socquet Anne ISTerre, Université Grenoble Alpes Monitoring crustal deformation in the Central Andes : Nazca - South America subduction and sub-Andean ranges France
1311 Raphael Grandin Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris - UMR 7154 InSAR monitoring of seismic hazard at the front of the eastern Himalaya France
1317 Susan Schwartz University of California Santa Cruz Earthquake Cycle Strain Accumulation and Volcanic Deformation and Hazards in Costa Rica using ALOS-2 Observations U.S.A.
No. Name Organization Reseach Title Country
1325 Gilles Peltzer University of California Los Angeles Observation of tectonic and magmatic deformations in Afar using PALSAR data U.S.A.
1326 Paul Lundgren Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Application of InSAR and GPS time series to Southern California earthquake cycle deformation transients U.S.A.
1329 Zhen Liu Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology L-band ALOS Interferometric study of crustal deformation and earthquake hazard in the central San Andreas Fault system, California U.S.A.
1332 Peter Webley University of Alaska Fairbanks Mapping of volcanic activity in the Cook Inlet region and Aleutian Islands, Alaska, USA U.S.A.
1333 Peter Webley University of Alaska Fairbanks Understanding volcanic processes across the Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia U.S.A.
1334 Cathleen E. Jones Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Long-Term Levee Monitoring in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta with L-band DInSAR U.S.A.
1337 Paul Lundgren Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Application of ALOS-2 InSAR to volcano deformation processes U.S.A.
1339 Thomas Oommen Michigan Technological University Multidisciplinary approach to volcanic hazard monitoring integrating remote sensing, with numerical modeling, and field observations at Pacaya Volcano, Guatemala U.S.A.
1342 Timothy Masterlark South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Interferometric analysis of JERS-1, ALOS, and ALOS-2 SAR data for Okmok Volcano to constrain dynamic models of magmatic processes U.S.A.
1349 Henriette Sudhaus Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ - German Research Centre for Geosciences Combining SAR-measured surface deformation with seismic data for robust earthquake source modeling Germany
1352 Freysteinn Sigmundsson University of Iceland Iceland InSAR studies utilizing ALOS-2 and ALOS: deformation and hazards related to magmatic, tectonic and glacio-isostatic processes Iceland
1356 Gareth Funning University of California, Riverside Measuring fault creep and interseismic strain accumulation on the faults of Northern California U.S.A.
1357 Helene Le Mevel University of Wisconsin-Madison Interferometric analysis of JERS-1, ALOS and ALOS-2 SAR data over active volcanoes in the Southern Andean Volcanic zone of Chile, South America, for constraining dynamic models of magmatic processes U.S.A.
1358 Zhenhong Li Newcastle University Earth Observations: a modern tool for investigating earthquake and landslide hazards U.K.
1363 Ryoichi FURUTA Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan (RESTEC) Study on Geo-hazards Recognition/Risk Assessment Methods using Interferometric and Image Statistics Analysis Japan
1366 Tomokazu KOBAYASHI Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (GSI) Research on secular crustal deformation in the Niigata-Kobe tectonic zone by applying InSAR time series analysis Japan
1372 Eric J. Fielding Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Integrated Imaging for Fault Ruptures of Large Earthquakes with ALOS-2 data U.S.A.
1385 Susan Owen Jet Propulsion Laboratory Disaster Monitoring and Response using InSAR and Coherence Change U.S.A.
No. Name Organization Reseach Title Country
1390 Zhiwei Li Central South University Monitoring Permafrost Deformation in West China with PALSAR-2 Data China
1413 Sylvain Barbot Nanyang Technological University Unraveling present-day deformation around the eastern and western syntaxes of the Himalayan range Singapore
1414 Tran Dinh Lan Institute of Marine Environment and Resources (IMER) Monitoring environmental hazards in the coastal zone of Vietnam Vietnam
1419 Linlin Ge The University of New South Wales Automated interferometric analysis of L-band SAR satellite data for operational earthquake and volcano monitoring Australia
1420 Christophe Vigny École Normale Supérieure Paris - UMR 8538 Megathrust coupling in South Central Chile from joint InSAR-GPS measurements France
1425 Cristiano Tolomei Italian Institute for Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV) Measure, analysis and modeling of ground deformation in the seismic cycle by means of advanced multi-temporal, multi-band InSAR monitoring Italy
1434 Sabrina Metzger Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ - German Research Centre for Geosciences MONITORING DEFORMATION CYCLES IN THE FOREARC OF THE CHILE SUBDUCTION ZONE Germany
1436 Lujia Feng Nanyang Technological University Study Active Deformation along the Sumatran fault using InSAR and GPS Singapore
1438 Youichiro TAKADA Hokkaido University InSAR analysis of crustal deformation in steep mountainous area: its relationship with geologic structure Japan
1441 Lyon-Caen Helene École Normale Supérieure Paris Fault kinematics and coupling near the Cocos/Caribbean/North America triple junction area in Guatemala, from SAR interferometry France
1455 Yasunori NAKAYAMA Nihon University Analysis of the natural disaster based on the investigation of land cover and geographical feature distribution in East Asia by ALOS-2 data Japan
1479 Sigurjon Jonsson King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) Geohazards in the Middle East studied with ALOS-2 Interferometry Saudi Arabia
1495 Marius Necsoiu Southwest Research Institute Monitoring Slope-channel Adjustment in a Tectonically Active Area (Carpathian and Subcarpathian Prahova Valley, Romania) U.S.A.
1500 Makoto MURAKAMI Hokkaido University Evaluation of the Impact of Snow and Ice Coveradge on L-band Interferometry over Volcanoes Japan
1503 Fumio YAMAZAKI Chiba University Urban modeling and damage detection due to natural disasters using ALOS-2 data Japan
1504 Steve Bowman Utah Geological Survey Ground Surface Deformation using Interferometric Synthetic Aperature Radar (InSAR) Data in Southwestern Utah, USA U.S.A.
1506 Akiko TANAKA National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Crustal deformation monitoring in seismic and volcanic areas using L-band SAR data Japan
1511 Tatsuharu KOBAYASHI National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) Study on disaster monitoring by combining ALOS-2/PALSAR-2 and an airborne SAR(Pi-SAR2) Japan
1521 Vern Singhroy Natural Resources, Canada High-resolution, Rapid revisit InSAR for monitoring mining activities and landslides Canada
1525 Fusanori MIURA Yamaguchi University Study on applicability of ALOS-2 on disaster mitigation Japan