“If people do not believe that mathematics is simple, it is only because they do not realize how complicated life is.” ― John von Neumann
I am a postdoctoal researcher at NOAA/GFDL and Princeton University working with Dr. Nat Johnson. Currently, my research interests are the dynamics of tropical-extratropical teleconnections and its applications on prediction skills. I am also interested in numerical modeling (e.g. barotropic model, ENSO intermediate model and cumulus parameterizations), artificial intelligence (e.g. Neural Networks and Deep Learning) and statistical method. Detailed information can be referred to my “Publications”.
PostDoc in Atmospheric and Oceanic Scinece, 19-
PhD in Atmospheric Science, 16-19
Colorado State University
BS and MS in Atmospheric Science, 08-14
National Taiwan University
(full list in cv)