Chen, Lajiao

Member Profile

Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology
University of Oklahoma
101 David L. Boren Blvd., Norman, OK 73019-5300, USA
Lab Phone: (405) 325-8578

Ecohydrological modeling, GIS/RS techniques and its application in earth surface processes modeling,

2012 Ph.D. (GIS), Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
Thesis: "Development of optimality-based ecohydrologcial model at watershed scale"
Supervisor: Professor A-Xing Zhu
2007 M.Sc. (Physical Geography), Zhejiang Normal University
Thesis: "Simulation of runoff and sediment discharge responds to landuse change based on SWAT model"
Supervisor: Professor Lihua Feng.
2004 B.Sc. (Geography), Zhejiang Normal University

09/12 to date: Assistant Professor, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, Chines Academy of Science
07/12- 09/12: Assistant Professor, Center for Earth Observation and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences
American Geophysical Union membership
The Geographical Society of China membership

2012 Excellent Graduate, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2010 Excellence Student Award, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2007 Excellent Graduate, Zhejiang Normal University;
2006 Excellent Master Student, Zhejiang Normal University;
2004 Third Prize for the First Challenge Cup Scientific Competition, Zhejiang Normal University;
2004 Excellent Graduate, Zhejiang Normal University;
2003 Excellent Leader of the Communist Youth League, Zhejiang Normal University;
2001-2003 Annual Excellence Student Award, Zhejiang Normal University;
1999-2004 Annual President Scholarship, Zhejiang Normal University.


Journal Articles:
[1] Lajiao Chen, Yan Ma, Peng Liu, Wei Xue. Parallelisation of a watershed distributed ecohydrological model with dynamic task scheduling. International Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing, 2014, 17(2/3): 110-121. (SCI)
[2] Lajiao Chen, Yan Ma, Peng Liu, Wei Xue. Overview of ecohydrological models and systems at the watershed scale. IIEEE Systems Journal, 2014, (In Press). (SCI)
[3] Lajiao Chen, Yan Ma, Peng Liu, Wei Xue. Evaluation of optimality principle and an optimality-based ecohydrological model for ET simulation in semiarid ecosystem. International Journal of Digital Earth, 2014, (Accepted). (SCI)
[4] Lajiao Chen, Yan Ma, Peng Liu, Wei Xue. A review of parallel computing for large-scale remote sensing image mosaicking. Cluster Computing, 2014, (Accepted). (SCI)
[5] A-Xing Zhu, Ping Wang, Tongxin Zhu, Lajiao Chen*, Qiangguo Cai, Huiping Liu. Modeling runoff and soil erosion in the Three-Gorge Reservoir drainage area of China using limited plot data. Journal of Hydrology, 2013, 492(7): 163-175. (SCI)
[6] Lizhe Wang, Ke Lu, Peng Liu, Rajiv Ranjan, Lajiao Chen*. IK-SVD: Dictionary Learning for Spatial Big Data via Incremental Atom Update. IEEE/AIP Computing in Science and Engineering. 2014, 16(4): 41-52. (SCI)
[7] Yan Ma, Lajiao Chen, Peng Liu, Lu Ke. Parallel programing templates for remote sensing image processing on GPU architectures: design and implementation. Computing, 2014, DOI 10.1007/s00607-014-0392-y. (SCI)
[8] Yanhua Miao, Lizhe Wang, Dingsheng Liu, Yan Ma, Wanfeng Zhang, and Lajiao Chen. A Web 2.0-based science gateway for massive remote sensing image processing. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience. DOI:10.1002/cpe.3049. (SCI)
[9] Lajiao Chen, Lizhe Wang, Yan Ma, Xiaomin Zhu. Simulation of ecohydrolgocal process using an optimality based model. Proceeding of 33rd IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 2013, 4281-4284. (EI)
[10] Mu Lin, Lajiao Chen*, Yan Ma. Research on stream flow series fractal dimension analysis and its relationship with soil erosion. Proceeding of 33rd IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 2013, 1821-1823. (EI)
[11] A-Xing Zhu, Lajiao Chen*, Chengzhi Qin, Ping Wang, Junzhi Liu, Runkui Li, Qiangguo Cai. New paradigm for soil and water conservation: A method based on watershed process modeling and scenario analysis, Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology, 2012, 23(7): 1883-1890. (in Chinese)
[12] Runkui Li, A-Xing Zhu, Lajiao Chen, Junzhi Liu, Xianfeng Song, Yaoming Lin. Effects of Soil Parameters in SCS-CN Runoff Model, Journal of Natural Resource, 2013, 28(10): 1778-1787.

Book Chapters:
[1] Zhu, A.X., L.J. Chen. R.K. Li, J.Z. Liu. “Quantitative inference of soil properties and new paradigm for soil and water conservation”, In Qiangguo Cai (editor), Paradigms for integrated soil and water conservation over main water erosion regions in China, (in Chinese), China Water Power Press, Beijing, pp.267-286.
[2] Zhu, A.X., P. Wang, J.E. Burt, R.K. Li, L.J. Chen. 2009. “Scale issues of using high resolution spatial data in ecological modeling at the meso-scale watershed level under GIS environment”, In: G.R. Yu (editor), Frontiers in Human Activities and Ecosystem Changes (in Chinese), Science Press, Beijing, pp.157-176.

2013 (Lajiao Chen), Natural Science Foundation of China;¥250,000 (Chinese Yuan); An ecological optimality based distributed watershed ecohydrological model; 01/01/2014-31/12/2016.
2013 (Lajiao Chen), Foundation of State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environmental Information Systems (LREIS);¥40,000 (Chinese Yuan); Dynamic task-scheduling based parallel processing on full-distributed watershed ecohydrological model; 01/06/2013- 01/06/2015.
2014 (Lajiao Chen), Foundation of Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, CAS; Parallelization of region-based GIS spatial analysis based on dynamic trace-tree;¥100,000 (Chinese Yuan).

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