Dr. Jiang received her PhD degree in the field of surveying and mapping from the China University of Geosciences in Beijing, China. During her PhD, she spent a year at the University College London, UK. She then spent 2 years, as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Nanjing Agricultural University, focusing on spatiotemporal image fusion and crop growth monitoring. She joined KAUST in September 2019.
Dr. Jiang’s main research interests aim to monitor crop growth at local to regional scale. By taking advantage of multi-sensor remote sensing observations (satellites and UAVs), her studies focus on the development of new spatio-temporal image fusion models and integrated methods to estimate crop growth status at high spatio-temporal resolutions.
Research Interests Keywords
High-resolution remote sensing