ALOS Principal Investigators List (6th RA) - [Priority Themes] Monitoring to predict natural disasters and to grasp its damage situations

As of May 8th, 2018

[Priority Themes] Monitoring to predict natural disasters and to grasp its damage situations
No. Name Organization Reseach Title Country
3071David T. SandwellUniversity of California San DiegoMoment and Strain Accumulation Rate along the Northern San Andreas Fault System from InSAR and GPSUSA
3089Franz J. MeyerUniversity of Alaska FairbanksEarly Warning System Development for Volcanoes in Alaska’s Aleutian Chain Using PALSAR-2 DataUSA
3091Kenji YoshitakeSHIMIZU CorporationApplication of synthetic aperture radar for total maintenance of the civil infrastructuresJAPAN
3112Franz J. MeyerUniversity of Alaska FairbanksDeformation Monitoring of Landslides and Frozen Debris Flows in Alaska with PALSAR-2 DataUSA
3117Charles WicksUnited States Geological SurveyUtilizing PALSAR-2 Data to Investigate Postseismic Mantle Relaxation following ~M≥7 EarthquakesUSA
3121Ian James HamlingGNS ScienceInSAR Investigation of the World’s Most Rapidly Slipping Low Angle Normal Fault: the Mai’iu Fault in southeastern Papua New GuineaNew Zealand
3122Ian James HamlingGNS ScienceInvestigation into the distribution of Slow Slip and locking along the Hikurangi subduction interface, New ZealandNew Zealand
3129Masanobu ShimadaTokyo Denki UniversityMonitoring the potential land slide and subsidence areas in Saitama prefecture using the PALSAR/PALSAR-2 time series InSAR analysisJapan
3133Akira HiroseThe University of TokyoAdaptive imaging of high-resolution PolInSAR data based on high-dimensional complex-valued neural networks for natural-hazard and glacier / agricultural information extractionJapan
3135Abuduwasiti WulamuSaint Louis UniversityMonitoring mine subsidence in Midwestern United States using InSAR and numeric modelingUSA
3145Shinobu AndoMeteorological Research InstituteDetection of the steady crustal deformation due to plate coupling using InSARJapan
3149Yuri FialkoScripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San DiegoToward 4-D observations of seismic and volcanic deformationUSA
3152Ziyadin CAKIRIstanbul Technical UniversitySpatiotemporal characteristics of the surface creep along the East Anatolian Fault deduced from InSAR and GPS Turkey
3153Graham Alexander RyanUniversity of the West IndiesMonitoring volcano-deformation in the Eastern Caribbean combining the existing GPS network and ALOS/ALOS-2 dataTrinidad and Tobago
3156Javier Alejandro Gonzalez OrtegaEnsenada Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education(CICESE)ALOS-2 geodetic measurements of the subduction zone in Mexico: implications to large earthquakes and seismic hazard Mexico
3159Wanpeng FengNatural Resources CanadaExploring effects of fault bends on the seismic ropagation from ALOS-1/2 SAR observationsCanada
3166Venera JunisbekovaKazakh National Research Technical University named after K.I. SatpayevApplications of radar interferometry to detect surface deformation in urban areas with high seismic risk Kazakhstan
3168Bridget Smith-KonterUniversity of HawaiiMoment and Strain Accumulation Rate along the Southern San Andreas Fault System from InSAR and GPSUSA
3183Daisuke SangoPASCO CORPORATIONA study of predictive monitoring technique of landslides with ALOS-2 time series InSARJapan
3194Zhe SuInstitute of Crustal Dynamics, China Earthquake AdministrationResolving relationship between aseismic slip and earthquake rupture dynamics by PS-InSAR and inversion modeling for the Alborz and Zagros fault zone, IranChina
3202Glenda Besana-OstmanBureau of Reclamation,Department of the InteriorDeformation Monitoring of Landslides with InSAR and CRsUSA
3209Emma M. HillNanyang Technological UniversitySubsiding deltas, sinking cities and the threat of sea-level rise to megacities in AsiaSingapore
3213Ching-Weei LinNational Cheng Kung UniversityUsing ALOS-2 SAR interferometry to detect and monitor deep-seated gravitational slope deformations (DSGSD) in TaiwanTaiwan
3215Chiyuki NaramaNiigata UniversityGlacier hazard studies in the Asian high mountainsJapan
3222Chaoying ZhaoChang'an UniversityImage the characteristics of spatial-temporal evolution and mechanism of land subsidence and ground fissures over Xi’anChina
3228Richard WaltersDurham UniversityAutomatic Detection and Early Warning of Landside Hazard in South Asia using ALOS-2 PALSAR-2 dataUK
3231Guoxiang LiuFaculty of Geosciences and Environmental Engineering, Southwest Jiaotong UniversityMonitoring the Large-Scale Landslides along the Longmenshan Faulting System in Sichuan (China) by Developing the PS-DS InSAR Technique Based on ALOS-2/PALSAR-2 ImagesChina
3241Shuhab KhanUniversity of Houston Earthquake Hazards in Western HimalayasUSA
3254Cristiano TolomeiIstituto Nazionale di Geofisica e VulcanologiaUse of multitemporal InSAR data to develop geohazard scenarios for Bandung, Western Java, IndonesiaItaly
3255Jyr-Ching HUNational Taiwan UniversityValidation of active deformation along Taiwan collisional orogenic belt by ALOS-2, Sentinel-1 and continuous GPS measurementsTaiwan
3262Chaoying ZhaoChang’an UniversityLarge gradient and three dimensional mining-induced deformation monitoring with multiple SAR datasetsChina
3263Hiroto NAGAIJapan Aerospace Exploration AgencyCoherence analysis for mountain hazards using PALSAR-2 data JAPAN
3265Cathleen E. JonesJet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of TechnologyOil Spill Response and Characterization with Multi-polarization ALOS-2/PALSAR-2USA
3284Fujio NakanoKyoto UniversityDevelopment of a landslide monitoring tool using InSAR data for on-site usersJapan
3292Kuo-Lung WANGNational Chi Nan UniversityA study combing landslide and debris transport relation base on differential interferometric radar techniqueTaiwan, ROC
3293Jonathan R. WeissUniversity of Hawaii at ManoaInSAR-based investigation of earthquake cycle deformation across the Subandean orogenic wedge of southern BoliviaUSA
3301Yoshiya TougeTohoku University, School of EngineeringEstimation of Actual Water Management by PALSAR-2 in Aral Sea Basin in Central AsiaJapan
3320Paolo Pasqualisarmap SAMonitoring of active volcanoes in Japan with PALSAR-2: from small displacements measurement to modelling and forecastSwitzerland
3324Milan LazeckyVSB-TU OstravaSatellite-borne InSAR Monitoring for Risk Management of Infrastructure Damage Risk due to Landslide ActivityCzech Republic
3357Tung, SuiSouth Dakota School of Mines & Technology (SDSMT), USA Validating interpretations of ALOS-2 data for the 2015 M8.3 Chile earthquake: Calibration of co-seismic and post-seismic deformation and assessment of transient seismic hazard USA
3365Hector Mora-PaezColombian Geological SurveyCombination of InSAR and GPS techniques for the study of land subsidence and Mud-diapirism phenomena in Colombia, South AmericaColombia
3370Enrique Cabral-CanoUniversidad Nacional Autonoma de MexicoAnthropogenically induced subsidence and its relationship to groundwater extraction, surface faulting and aquifer vulnerability in Northwestern MexicoMexico
3371Akhmad SolikhinGeological AgencyStudy of deformation, topographic changes and eruptive deposits of persistently active volcanoes in Indonesia based on L-band Synthetic Aperture Radar imagery: an insight into eruption processes and hazard assessmentIndonesia
3389Arjun AryalUniversity of Hawaii at ManoaAn ALOS-2 Based Assessment of Hawaii’s Resilience to Climate ChangeUSA
3401Semih ErgintavBogazici University, Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Inst.Monitoring of Earthquake Cycle under the constrain of Space Geodesy (GPS, InSAR) Turkey
3402Tumen ChymitdorzhievInstitute of Physical Material Science of the Siberian Branch of the RAS (IPMS SB 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
3405Sanjay Kumar PrajapatiNational Center for Seismology, ministry of earth sciencesUnderstanding deformation through earthquake cycle in the Himalayan ArcIndia
3406Masanobu ShimadaTokyo Denki UniversityApplication of the PALSAR-2 Along Track Interferometry to the water coverage estimationJapan