Lin Shen

I primarily focus on ground displacements from earthquake and volcanic activity, using Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR). Some key aspects of my work encompass:

  1. InSAR tropospheric correction methods.
  2. Interseismic strain accumulation along the Altyn Tagh Fault in Tibet.
  3. Geodetic constraints to analyze the 2018 Mw 7.5 Palu earthquake in Indonesia.
  4. Development of a comprehensive observational database of deformation at global volcanoes for machine learning applications

Currently, my research involves a study of the Indo-Burma Subduction Zone, integrating InSAR with GNSS. 


Doctor of Philosophy, University of Leeds

Master of Science, Peking University