Lin Yang, director of Institute of Archaeology in National Museum of China. He obtained his BA in History at Peking University, then worked at National Cultural Heritage Administration(1982-1996). Since 1996, he has started his job at National Museum of China. His research focuses on Remote sensing technology and GIS in archaeological investigation and exploration. His projects include Research on the Application of Remote Sensing Technology in Probing the Origin of Chinese Civilization(2013BNK08B06), Research on Remote Sensing Archaeology and Exploration of Typical Areas in Western China, Large site protection research projects in Luoyang, Xi'an, Chengdu and other areas, etc. He published Chinese Cultural Relics: Remote Sensing Archaeology(2017), Luoyang Aerial Photography Archaeological Research Report(2016) and several articles in Cultural Relics, Journal of National Museum of Chinese History, Cultural Relics World, etc.