Geoinformatics Unit

Tien Dat PHAM

     

Current Position

Tien Dat Pham is a postdoctoral researcher at Geoinformatics Unit, the RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project (AIP), Japan.
His interests include optical and SAR remote sensing applications, land-use/land-cover change analysis, forest biomass and carbon stocks estimation using SAR, and optical data, especially for mangrove forests in the tropics.

Biography

2018 May - Present    Postdoctoral Researcher, RIKEN AIP, Japan
2015 Apr - 2018 Mar    Ph.D. in Policy and Planning Sciences, The University of Tsukuba, Japan
2012 Aug - 2014 Sep    Research fellow, Center for Agricultural Researcher and Ecological Studies, Vietnam National University of Agriculture, Vietnam
2010 Aug - 2012 Jul    M.Sc. in Environmental Sciences, The University of Tsukuba, Japan

Journal Papers

  1. T. D. Pham, N. Yokoya, D. T. Bui, K. Yoshino, and D. A. Friess, " Remote sensing approaches for monitoring mangrove species, structure and biomass: opportunities and challenges ," Remote Sensing, vol. (accepted for publication on Jan 18), 2019.