Jui-Chi Lee

Graduate Associate
Graduate Assistant/Associate

Student Information

Graduate Student
Geological Sciences
The College of Lib Arts & Sci


Jui-Chi (Vickie) Lee is a Ph.D. student of Geological Science in School of Earth and Space Exploration of Arizona State University. She works on interdisciplinary research over geophysical, hydrological observation and modeling, such as land subsidence, earthquake deformation modeling, geomorphological mapping, by using remote sensing techniques, especially on synthetic aperture radar.

Before coming to ASU, she worked as a research assistant in Academia Sinica and National Central University in Taiwan. She joined ASU in 2019.


  • M. Sc. Geophysics, National Central University, Taiwan, 2019.01
  • B. Sc.  Earth Science, National Central University, Taiwan, 2017.01

Research Interests

  • Radar Remote Sensing
  • Geophysical Modeling
  • Hydrogeodesy
  • Planetary Geology

Research Group

Radar Remote Sensing and Tectonic geodesy Lab (RaTLab) in ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration led by Prof. Shirzaei