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As a PhD student at UQ, my research is about predicting shoreline change in response to sea level rise on the global scale with data-driven models. I worked from two aspects to achieve this goal. Firstly, I developed global datasets for historical shoreline change and coastal geomorphology with satellite remote sensing methods as inputs to data-driven models. Secondly, I implemented different machine learning methods to predict future shoreline change by linking the historical shoreline change data to the coastal geomorphology as well as other environmental variables.


  • 2018–2022
    PhD candidate, The University of Queensland