Dr. Wang specializes in acquiring, analyzing, and interpreting space-based geodetic observations, such as GNSS, time-variable satellite gravity, and InSAR. By integrating multiple-types of geodetic measurements and models, he studies a wide range of engineering and scientific problems of various spatial and temporal scales, including: high-precision static and kinematic GNSS/GPS positioning, crustal deformation due to earthquake, tectonic deformations, sea-level change, cryosphere changes, and continental water storage changes.
PhD, Geodetic Science, The Ohio State University
MS, Geodetic Science, The Ohio State University
BS, Geodesy and Geodynamics, Wuhan University, China