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My research interests focus on applying multiple approaches, particularly high-resolution Lidar-derived digital elevation models, to better understand the development of geologic structures and surface processes that continuously shape the landscapes on Earth. The current four topics that I worked with my students range from evolving landslide topography, effective 3D geologic mapping, landslide hazard modeling, and structural geology & tectonics. The details of the research topics and recent leading contributions in papers are as follows:

Topic I: Multi-period and multi-source high-resolution DEMs for studies of landslide and erosion processes.
[主題一:多期多源高解析度數值高程模型應用於山崩特性與侵蝕過程研究]
Two representative papers for this topic are as follows:

Topic II: Problems and solutions in high-resolution geological mapping using LiDAR data in 3D environments.
[主題二:應用光達資料及3D系統討論與解決高精度地質圖之產製問題]
Two representative papers for this topic are as follows:

Topic III: Assessing the landslide process and its potential hazard by the 3D discrete element method.
[主題三:應用離散元素法模擬山崩崩移過程及評估可能之山崩災害]
Two representative papers for this topic are as follows:

Topic IV: Surface deformation patterns and structural development of the active Taiwan mountain belt.
[主題四:地表變形型態與台灣造山帶的構造發育研究]
Three representative papers for this topic are as follows: