Dr. Liu obtained his PhD degree in University of Glasgow. Then he worked as a postdoc in Key Laboratory for Geo-Environmental Monitoring of Coastal Zone of NASMG. Dr. Liu is now with SUSTech as a Research Assistant professor in Earth and space sciences.
Dr. Liu is interested in InSAR and its applications on Earth surface processes like Earthquake deformation, subsidence, and landslides. He identified the seasonal displacements of Huangtupo landslide associated with water level changes of the Three Gorges reservoir. He has investigated shallow sediment properties in Yellow River delta and modeled subsidence due to oil extraction in Gudao oilfield. He modeled ground water volume change and discovered geological control of subsidence by major faults in Tianjin. He mapped subsidence due to land reclamation and subway tunneling and seasonal displacements in Shenzhen.
2008.10-2013.4 PhD University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.
2004.09-2008.06 BEng Central South University, Changsha, China.
2016.12~Present Research Assistant Professor, Southern University of Science and Technology.
2013.8~ 2016.12 Postdoc, Key Laboratory for Geo-Environmental Monitoring of Coastal Zone of the National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geo-Information.
Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR)
Observation and modeling of Earth surface deformation
1. Peng Liu, Xiaofei Chen, Zhenhong Li, Zhenguo Zhang, Jiankuan Xu, Wanpeng Feng, Chisheng Wang, Zhongwen Hu, Wei Tu, and Hongzhong Li, "Resolving Surface Displacements in Shenzhen of China from Time Series InSAR", Remote Sensing, 10(7), 1-26, (2018).
2. Peng Liu, Qingquan Li, Zhenhong Li, Trevor Hoey, Guoxiang Liu, Chisheng Wang, Zhongwen Hu, Zhiwei Zhou, Andrew Singleton, "Anatomy of subsidence in Tianjin from Time Series InSAR", Remote Sensing. 8(3): 1-22, (2016).
3. Peng Liu, Qingquan Li, Zhenhong Li, Trevor Hoey, Yanxiong Liu, Chisheng Wang, "Land Subsidence over Oilfields in the Yellow River Delta", Remote Sensing. 7(2): 1540-1564, (2015).
4. Peng Liu, Zhenhong Li, Trevor Hoey, Cem Kincal, Jingfa Zhang, Qiming Zeng, Jan P. Muller, "Using advanced InSAR time series techniques to monitor landslide movements in Badong of the Three Gorges region, China", International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation.21:253-264, (2013).
5. Chisheng Wang, Qiqi Shu, Xinyu Wang, Bo Guo, Peng Liu, Qingquan Li, “A random forest classifier based on pixel comparison features for urban LiDAR data”, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. 148: 75-86 (2019).
6. Wanpeng Feng, Yunfeng Tian, Yong Zhang, Sergey Samsonov, Rafael Almeida, Peng Liu, "A Slip Gap of the 2016 Mw 6.6 Muji, Xinjiang, China, Earthquake Inferred from Sentinel‐1 TOPS Interferometry", Seismological Research Letters, 88(4), (2017).
7. Chisheng Wang, Xiaoli Ding, Qingquan Li, Xinjian Shan, Peng Liu, "Using an Integer Least Squares Estimator to Connect Isolated InSAR Fringes in Earthquake Slip Inversion". IEEE Transactions on Geoscience & Remote Sensing. 54(5): 2899-2910, (2016).
8. Chisheng Wang, Xiaoli Ding, Qingquan Li, Xinjian Shan, Jiasong Zhu, Bo Guo, Peng Liu, "Adaptive regularization of earthquake slip distribution inversion". Tectonophysics. 675: 181-195, (2016).
9. Chisheng Wang, Qingquan Li, Yanxiong Liu, Guofeng Wu, Peng Liu, Xiaoli Ding,"A comparison of waveform processing algorithms for single-wavelength LiDAR bathymetry", ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. 101:22-35, (2015).
10. Chisheng Wang, Xiaoling Ding, Qingquan Li, Xinjian Shan, Wu Zhu, Bo Guo, Peng Liu,"Coseismic and postseismic slip models of the 2011 Van earthquake, Turkey, from InSAR, offset-tracking, MAI, and GPS observations". Journal of Geodynamics. doi:10.1016/j.jog.2015.08.006, (2015).
11. Roberto Tomas, Zhenhong Li, Juan M. Lopez-Sanchez, Peng Liu, Andrew Singleton, "Using wavelet tools to analyse seasonal variations from InSAR time-series data: a case study of the Huangtupo landslide", Landslides, 10.1007/s10346-015-0589-y:1-14, (2015).
12. Roberto Tomas, Zhenhong Li, Peng Liu, Andrew Singleton, Trevor Hoey, Xiao Cheng,"Spatiotemporal characteristics of the Huangtupo landslide in the Three Gorges region (China) constrained by radar interferometry". Geophysical Journal International. 197(1):213-233, (2014).