Qilong Min, PhD


Dr. Min is a lead investigator in NCAS-M.  He received his Ph.D in Physics from the Geophysical Institute at University of Alaska in 1993.  Dr. Min has a Master of Science in Space Physics  and a Bachelor of Science in Radio Wave Propagation and antenna from the Wuhan University, in Wuhan, China in 1987 and 1984, respectively.  He participated in DOE NIGEC and ASR programs, and also in multiple NASA missions and led oxygen A-band retrieval efforts for CloudSat PABSI.  Dr. Min is well-known for his work in remote sensing.

Research Interest

  •  Remote Sensing