學術演講
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  • A new North Pacific climate paradigm and its implication on the ENSO prediction
  • 時間:2018.04.25 星期三 14:00
    地點:2034 演講廳

    曾于恒 教授,國立臺灣大學海洋研究所

    EDUCATION

    2003 Stanford University, Stanford CA. Ph. D. in Environmental Fluid Mechanics
    and Hydrology, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
    Focus on high performance computing, immersed boundary method, global/coastal ocean modeling, coastal oceanography, higher-order numerical
    schemes, turbulent mixing and modeling.
    Dissertation title: “On the development of a ghost-cell immersed boundary
    method and its application to large eddy simulation and geophysical fluid
    dynamics." Advisor: Joel Ferziger. Committee: Robert Street, Stephen Monismith.
    1999 Stanford University, Stanford CA. M.S. degree in Biomechanical
    Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering. Coursework included
    cardivascular biomechanics, computational fluid dynamics, and medical image
    information.
    1995 National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan. B.S. degree in Mechanical
    Engineering.

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    2017-present Professor, Institute of Oceanography, NTU

    2012-2017 Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, NTU
    2012-2017 Project Scientists II, NCAR
    2009-2012  Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, NTU
    2007-2008 Adjunct Associate Researcher, National Applied Research Laboratory
                         Adjunct Assistant Professor,  National Taiwan Normal University
    2004-2006 Post-doctoral researcher, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    2005- Lecturer, University of California at Berkeley
    2003-2004 Consultant, Central Weather Bureau, Taipei, Taiwan
    2003-2004 Post-doctoral fellow, Mechanical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

    CODA Lab:
    Computational Oceanography and Dynamics of Air-sea interaction (CODA) Laboratory mainly focuses on the computational modeling for Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (GFD) and its application in oceanic and atmospheric dynamics. In particular, our primary expertise is in the ocean-atmosphere interaction and multidisciplinary applications using high performance computational tools.

    This involves Pacific interannual to decadal variability, ENSO prediction, integrated coastal/global ocean modeling, Earth System Model development and parameterization, large-eddy simulation for environmental flows and boundary layers, and sub-grid scale modeling. With the recent advance of computational tools, we are targeting multi-scales environmental flow applications covering a broad range of spectrum.