Who is he?
Dr. Qihao Weng is the Director of the Center for Urban and Environmental Change and a full professor of geography at Indiana State University, USA. He was a visiting NASA senior fellow. He is also a guest/adjunct professor at Peking University, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Wuhan University and Beijing Normal University, and a guest research scientist at Beijing Meteorological Bureau, China.
Remote Sensing E-learning Community for Digital Image Processing
To facilitate on-line and off-line learning and knowledge sharing, this website is created for sharing computer codes, algorithms, systems, products, and publications that support remote sensing observations and applications, digital image processing, and the extraction of geophysical and biophysical information. It is our hope that through co-learning, sharing, and collaborating, an e-community can be built among researchers, practitioners, teachers, and students, which is named: Remote Sensing E-community for Digital imaGe procESsing (RS-EDGES). By sharing codes, algorithms, products and publications, researchers will disseminate their results more efficiently and learners can save much precious time to avoid re-inventing the existing techniques and models. Furthermore, the collaboration and cooperation among researchers with similar interests can foster future inventions and discoveries.
The Center for Urban and Environmental Change at Indian State University is an interdisciplinary research and outreach center in the College of Arts and Sciences. The Center focuses on studies of the causes, effects, and responses to environmental change in cities and urban/suburban areas. Programs and activities relate to both the science and the management of urban environmental change, including policy, regulation, technology, impact adaptation, mitigation, and remediation.