Prof. Feiyue Mao
Wuhan University, China
Feiyue Mao, professor, doctoral supervisor, deputy director of the Department of Remote Sensing, mainly engaged in three-dimensional remote sensing and climate effects of clouds and aerosols. He has presided over and participated in more than 10 projects/projects such as the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the National Key R&D Program. He has published more than 60 SCI papers (more than 40 first/newsletter) in journals such as Nature Commun, Remote Sens Enviro and J Geophys Res-atm, and the results have been reported by domestic and foreign media such as Scientific American, The New York Times and CCTV. He served as the young editorial board member of Acta Optica Sinica, and the editor of the special issue of SCI journal RS, and won the excellent doctoral dissertation of Hubei Province and the second prize of Hubei Province Science and Technology Progress Award. One of the founders of GeoScience Café, he has held more than 300 events and published five volumes.