We are a remote sensing technology group at the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Yonsei University. Our research focuses on satellite remote sensing of clouds and precipitation that are key components in the global water and energy cycles.
Current research aims to develop precipitation retrieval algorithms for various microwave, visible and infrared sensors. Our research also involves the use of space borne- and ground-based observations and cloud-radiative transfer models to understand radiative and physical characteristics of precipitation systems. The other research area includes satellite mission planning and applications of remotely-sensed data to climate study (see Research).
We are looking for passionate new PhD students, Postdocs, and Master students to join the team (more info) !
Donghyeock presented his research results at the 2nd Online Internal Workshop held at the QBO lab.19 Apr. 2021
Donghyeock revealed his plan at the 1st Online Internal Workshop held at the QBO lab.1 Jul. 2020
We started participating in the basic research lab that studies '2015/16 QBO disruption' supported by NRF.17 Jun. 2020
We congratulate Jonghyuk on his new paper.30 Apr. 2020
Jiseob's paper is published in IEEE Trans. on Geosci. and Remote Sens.2 Mar. 2020
Welcome Daeryong!26 Jan. to 1 Feb. 2020
Dong-Cheol attended 2019 AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco, CA, USA.