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Kejie Chen

Education
  • B.S., Geodesy, Chang’an University, China (2010)
  • M.S., Geodesy, Wuhan University, China (2012)
  • Ph.D., Geophysics, University of Potsdam, Germany (2016)

Research Interests

Precise GPS data processing, earthquake source inversion, earthquake early warning and tsunami early warning


Projects

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The "GPS-aided Real-Time Earthquake And Tsunami (GREAT) Alert System" project exploits GPS data to enable more accurate and timely assessment of the magnitude and structure of earthquakes, as well as the magnitude and direction of resulting tsunamis.


Professional Experience
  • Postdoc, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 2016-Present
  • Research Assistant, German Research Center for Geosciences, 2015-2016

Selected Publications
  1. Tu, R., & Chen, K. (2014). Tightly integrated processing of high-rate GPS and accelerometer observations by real-time estimation of transient baseline shifts. Journal of Navigation, 67(05), 869-880.
  2. Chen, K., Ge, M., Li, X., Babeyko, A., Ramatschi, M., & Bradke, M. (2015). Retrieving real-time precise co-seismic displacements with a standalone single-frequency GPS receiver. Advances in Space Research, 56(4), 634-647.
  3. Chen, K., Zamora, N., Babeyko, A. Y., Li, X., & Ge, M. (2015). Precise positioning of BDS, BDS/GPS: implications for Tsunami early warning in South China Sea. Remote Sensing, 7(12), 15955-15968.
  4. Tilmann, F., Zhang, Y., Moreno, M., Saul, J., Eckelmann, F., Palo, M., ... & Schurr, B. (2016). The 2015 Illapel earthquake, central Chile: A type case for a characteristic earthquake?. Geophysical Research Letters, 43(2), 574-583.
  5. Chen, K., Babeyko, A., Hoechner, A., & Ge, M. (2016). Comparing source inversion techniques for GPS‐based local tsunami forecasting: A case study for the April 2014 M8. 1 Iquique, Chile, earthquake. Geophysical Research Letters, 43(7), 3186-3192.
  6. Chen, K., Ge, M., Babeyko, A., Li, X., Diao, F., & Tu, R. (2016). Retrieving real-time co-seismic displacements using GPS/GLONASS: a preliminary report from the September 2015 Mw 8.3 Illapel earthquake in Chile. Geophysical Journal International, 206(2), 941-953.

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