FENG Lujia

Principal Investigator

Faculty Representative


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Geodesy, Tectonic Deformation, Earthquakes, Climate Change


Lujia is a geodesist and geophysicist who use geodesy (primarily GNSS – Global Navigation Satellite System) to study geohazards. She received her B.Sc. in Geology (2004) and M.Sc. in Structural Geology (2006) from Zhejiang University, China. She obtained her Ph.D. in Geophysics (2011) at the Georgia Institute of Technology, USA. She joined EOS in 2011 as a Research Fellow and was promoted to a Senior Research Fellow in 2015 and a Principal Research Fellow in 2021 before becoming an EOS Principal Investigator.

Lujia’s main research interests lie in (1) measuring and modelling how the Earth deforms before, during and after large earthquakes to explore questions that are key to forecasting the location and magnitude of earthquakes, (2) using the atmospheric water vapor information collected by the GNSS to better understand the role of water vapor in climate hazards and climate change, and (3) developing other innovative applications of GNSS (such as soil moisture sensing and ionospheric sounding) for both science and society.



Long-lived shallow slow-slip events on the Sunda megathrust

Rishav Mallick, Aron J. Meltzner, Emma M. Hill, Eric O. Lindsey, Louisa L.H. Tsang, & Lujia Feng


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