M. Sc. Nhung Le Thi

M. Sc. Nhung Le Thi
PhD Student
Telegrafenberg
Building A 17, Room 20.32
14473 Potsdam
nhung.le.thi@gfz-potsdam.de

Function and Responsibilities:

- PhD student, Section 1.1: Space Geodetic Techniques

- Lecturer, Hanoi University of Natural Resources and Environment (HUNRE), Vietnam

Research Interests:

- Deformation monitoring, Geohazards. 

-  Mathematical Geosciences, Machine Learning.

- Space geodesy.

- Geodetic engineering.

Career:

- Since 2009: Lecturer at Hanoi University of Natural Resources and Environment (HUNRE), Vietnam.   

- Since 01/2021: PhD student at Section 1.1 Space Geodetic Techniques, GFZ - Potsdam - Germany.

Education:

- Since 5/2020: PhD, GFZ Potsdam, Germany.

- 2009 - 2011: Master's degree, Engineering in Geodesy, Hanoi University of Mining and Geology (HUMG), Vietnam.

- 2004 - 2009: Bachelor's degree, Surveying and Mapping, Hanoi University of Mining and Geology (HUMG), Vietnam.

Projects:

- 2017 - 2020: Apply RS and GIS to determine the quantity, demand, and allocation of surface water for water resource management and river basin planning (Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment - Vietnam).

- 2016-17: Automation of statistical hypothesis testing by MATLAB to analyze geodetic data (HUNRE - Vietnam).

- 2015-17: - Establish the absolute shifting velocity function of crustal motion in Vietnam (HUNRE - Vietnam).

                 - Improve the quality of the Total Station accuracy test (HUNRE - Vietnam).

                 - Processing control networks in deformation monitoring with different reference systems (HUNRE - Vietnam).

- 2014-15: Investigating the applications of the spatial triangulation method to test the verticality of skyscrapers (HUNRE - Vietnam).

- 2013-15: - Study the application of the time-series method to establish mathematical models in deformation forecast  (HUNRE - Vietnam).

                - Improve the accuracy of setting out the construction main axis on floors by the free-network adjustment algorithm and the method of reverting to the original state (HUNRE - Vietnam).

- 2012-13: Investigating the Pelzer method to analyze the stability of control stations in the deformation monitoring (HUNRE - Vietnam).

Awards:

* Scholarships
- Travel Grant at the AGU Conference 2020
-  Grant of Springer for the best paper at the CAJG Conference 2020
- HUMG for excellent students in 2007, 2008, and 2009
- Fuji - Japan in 2008
- Vietnam Army Defense Mapping Agency in 2008
* Achievements for Outstanding fulfilment of Tasks in Training and Researching in Vietnam
- Award for the "Emulation Fighter" title, in 2012.
- Award for excellent progress, in 2014 and 2017.
* Achievements for volunteering activities and The Youth activities in Vietnam
- Award for The Youth Achievement in 2012 and 2013.
- Award for Volunteer Achievement in 2012.
- Award for The Youth Achievement in 2009-2014 period.
 

Publications