People

Teng Wang

Teng Wang

Alumni
​​Now Research Scientist at EOS Singapore​​

Research Interests

During my Ph.D studies, I focused on InSAR techniques and applications for monitoring the stability of Three Gorges Dam, and for measuring the ground deformation on the neighboring high-landslide-risk areas. Now, along with moving to KAUST, I’m working on InSAR techniques for measuring inter-seismic deformation, which is characterized by low deformation rates, distributed over a large area.

Selected Publications

Ruch, J., T. Wang, W. Xu, M. Hensch & S. Jónsson, Oblique rift opening revealed by reoccurring magma injection in cental Iceland, Nature Communications, 7:12352, doi: 10.1038/ncomms12352, 2016.

Wang, T., S. Wei and S. Jónsson, Coseismic displacements from SAR image offsets between different satellite sensors: Application to the 2001 Bhuj (India) earthquake, Geophysical Research Letters, 42, 7022-7030, doi: 10.1002/2015GL064585, 2015.

Wang, T, and S. Jónsson, Improved SAR amplitude image offset measurements for deriving three-dimensional coseismic displacements, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Obs. & Remote Sensing, doi: 10.1109/JSTARS.2014.2387865, 2015.

Wang, T. and S. Jónsson, Phase-ramp reduction in interseismic interferograms from pixel-offsets, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Obs. & Remote Sensing, 7, 1709-1718, 2014.

Wang, T., S. Jónsson, R. Hanssen, Improved SAR image coregistration using pixel-offset series, IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sensing Lett., 11, 1465-1469, 2014.    

Education

Postdoctoral Fellow, KAUST, 2010-2014

Ph.D.  Electrical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, 2010

Ph.D.  Remote Sensing, Wuhan University, China, 2010

M.S. Remote Sensing, Wuhan University, China, 2006

B.S. GIS, Wuhan University, China, 2003