CONFERENCES

Oral Presentations (* for presenting author)

Huang, X.* (Invited panelist). 2019. Sensing and Improving Rapid Flood Mapping through Social Media Data Mining. Fall research seminar series in School of City & Regional Planning, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, September 27th.

Huang, X.* (invited panelist). 2019. Deep learning in social media retrieval for rapid flood mapping. U.S Geological Survey: leveraging Crowdsourcing, Citizen Science, and Social Media to Produce Volunteer Geographic Information (VGI) for Hazard Science, Disaster Research, and Emergency Management, D.C, April 6th.

Huang, X.* (invited speaker). 2019. Combining virtual geographic environment and fieldwork to promote efficient learning in Geography. Oktoberbest: A Celebration of Teaching, UoSC Russell House, Oct 18th.

Huang, X.*, & Wang, C. 2019. Social media data mining in supporting rapid flood inundation mapping. The 74th Annual Meeting of SouthEastern Division of the American Association of Geographers, Wilmington, NC, November 24th - 25th.

Huang, X.*. 2019. Generating population grid in the CONUS by disaggregating census population with Microsoft building footprints. The 74th Annual Meeting of SouthEastern Division of the American Association of Geographers, Wilmington, NC, November 24th - 25th.

Huang, X.* 2019. High-Resolution Population Grid in the CONUS using Microsoft Building Footprints: a feasibility study. The 3rd ACM SIGSPTIAL Workshop on Geospatial Humanities, Chicago, IL, November 5th – 8th.

Huang, X.* 2019. A high-resolution population grid in the CONUS based on Microsoft building footprints and its potentials in hazard studies. Applied Geography Conference, NC, October 23rd - 25th.

Huang, X.*, Wang, C., & Li, Z. 2019. Linking picture with text: tagging flood relevant tweets for rapid flood inundation mapping, 2019 International Cartographic Conference, Tokyo, Japan, July 15-20. 

Huang, X.*, Li, Z., & Wang, C. 2019. Identifying disaster related social media for rapid response: a visual-textual fused approach, AAG Annual Meeting, AAG Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group (CISG), Washington, DC, April 3-7.

Wang, C.*, & Huang, X., 2018. Integration of social sensing and remote sensing for situation awareness of coastal floods. The 3rd Conference of Digital Belt and Road (DBAR), Tengchong, Yunnan Province, China, December 5-7.

Wang, C.*, & Huang, X. 2018. Rapid flood inundation mapping via integrated social sensing and Earth sensing. Presented in the 2018 SEDAAG Annual Meeting, Johnson City, TN, November 8-19.

Wang, C.*, & Huang, X. 2018. Rapid flood inundation reconstruction by integrating social media and satellite imagery. Applied Geography Conference, Kent, OH, October 31 – November 2

Huang, X.*, Wang, C., & Li, Z. 2018. Reconstructing flood inundation probability by enhancing near real-time imagery with real-time gauges and tweets, AAG Annual Meeting, Remote Sensing Specialty Group (RSSG), New Orleans, LA. April 13.

Huang, X.*, Wang, C., & Li, Z. 2017. A near real-time flood mapping approach by integrating social media and post-event satellite imagery, The 25th International Conference on GeoInformatics, Buffalo, OH, August 3.

Huang, X.* 2016. A future energy harvesting scenario for Georgia Tech campus using photovoltaic solar panels and piezoelectric materials, Georgia Tech Capstone Project Presentation, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. July 23.

Huang, X.* 2014. A LiDAR point cloud filter considering topographic features, The 2015 Wuhan University undergraduate thesis competition, Wuhan University, Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. April 12.

 

POSTERS

Oral Presentations (* for presenting author)

Huang, X.*, Wang, C., & Li, Z. 2019. Human Settlement Dynamics in Hurricane-prone Zones of Conterminous U.S: A View from Nighttime Remote Sensing, 2019 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Pacifico Yokohama, Japan, July 28-Auguest 2.

Huang, X.*, & Wang, C. 2019. Human Settlement in Hurricane-prone Areas on U.S. Atlantic and Gulf Coasts: a view from nighttime remote sensing, Discover UoSC at Columba Metropolitan Convention Center, April 26th.​

Huang, X.*, & Wang, C. 2018. Flood monitoring using remote sensing and social sensing. 2017 GIS day, University of South Carolina, November 14.

SELECTED SOCIAL MEDIA

Research highlight by the Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group (SAM) in  American Association of Geographers, "100-year flood exposure in the Conterminous United States using national building footprints".

Research highlight by the Hazards, Risks, and Disaster Specialty Group (HRD) in American Association of Geographers, “Human settlement in hurricane-prone areas”.

Research highlight by the Applied Geography Specialty Group (AGSP) in American Association of Geographers, “Human Settlement in Hurricane-Prone Zones is Revealed by Nighttime Remote Sensing”.

Research highlight by the Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group (CISG) in American Association of Geographers, "Visual-textual fused CNN architecture for rapid disaster related social media retrieval" (scheduled in Dec 2019)