It is my pleasure to have the opportunity to join CBA since September 2019. I was born in Taipei, Taiwan. I received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Physics from National Taiwan University and Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. My research field was experimental astroparticle physics (neutrino).
Later I changed my field from physics to environmental science, believing it is closer to the real world. I am in particular interested in the research related to climate change.
Here in CBA, one of my ongoing project is the study to disentangle effects of natural and anthropogenic drivers on forest carbon uptake, using in-situ measured FLUXNET data, modelled sulphur and nitrogen deposition data, and multivariate nonlinear regression technique.
Other project ongoing in parallel is the study of global and regional land surface temperature rate of change during year 2001-2020, using MODIS remote sensing data and ERA5-Land weather station reanalysis data with fine resolution and global coverage.