College of Geophysics
Geological Resources and Geological Engineering
Prof. Liu has been mainly engaged in the research of seismic modeling and migration, multi-component seismic exploration, seismic inversion and artificial intelligence.
He has published 160 journal papers including 68 SCI papers, 89 international conference papers.
He is a member of SEG Research Committee, a member of Committee on University and Student Programs (CUSP) of SEG, an associate editor of Geophysics (SEG journal).
He welcomes students majored in geophysics to join his team and pursue master or PhD degree. Students with strong mathematical and geophysical foundation and programming ability can play a greater role in the team.
Liu Yang, Sen Mrinal K., 2009, A new time-space domain high-order finite-difference method for the acoustic wave equation, Journal of Computational Physics, 228(23), 8779-8806.
Liu Yang, Sen Mrinal K., 2009, An implicit staggered-grid finite-difference method for seismic modeling, Geophysical Journal International, 179(1): 459-474.
Liu Yang, Sen Mrinal K., 2010, A hybrid scheme for absorbing edge reflections in numerical modeling of wave propagation, Geophysics, 75(2): A1-A6.
Liu Yang, Sen Mrinal K., 2011, Finite-difference modeling with adaptive variable-length spatial operators, Geophysics, 76(4): T79-T89.
Liu Yang, 2013, Globally optimal finite-difference schemes based on least squares, Geophysics, 78(4), T113-T132.
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