Postdoctoral fellow: Shu-Hao Chang Chang, Shu-Hao Postdoctoral Fellow

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 E-mail: hao9702@earth.sinica.edu.tw

 Specialty: Numerical Analysis, Scientific Computation, Geodynamics

[Education]
  • Ph.D., Institute of Seismology, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan, 2007.
  • M.S., Institute of Applied mathemathics, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan, 1999.
  • B.S., Department of Mathematics, Soochow University, Taiwan, 1996.
[Experiences]
  • Teaching assistant, Department of Electrical Engineering, ROC Military Academy, 2007/07-2008/05
  • Postdoctoral fellow, Institute of Applied mathemathics, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan, 2007/04-2007/07
  • Teaching assistant, Institute of Applied mathemathics, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan, 2007/01-2007/03 & 1999/02-1999/08
[Pubications]

A. Journal Papers

  1. Wang, W.-H., S.-H. Chang, C.-H. Chen (2001). Fault slip inverted from surface displacements during the 1999 Chi-Chi, Taiwan earthquake, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am, 91, no. 5, 1167-1181. (SCI)
  2. Chang, S.-H. and W.-H. Wang (2006). Mechanical properties, slip and nucleation    of the 1999 Chia-Yi earthquake: The question of static stress influence from the 1999 Chi-Chi earthquake, Terr. Atmos. Ocean. Sci., 17, 331-343. (SCI)
  3. Chang, S.H., Wang, W.H., Lee, J.C., (2009). Modeling surface creep of the Chihshang fault in eastern Taiwan with velocity-strengthening friction, Geophy. Jour. Int., 176, 2, 601-613, doi: 10.0000/j.1365-246X.2008.03995.x.

  4. Chen, C.H., Yeh, T.K., Liu, J.Y., Wang, C.H., Wen, S., Yen, H.Y., Chang, S.H., (2011). Surface Deformation and Seismic Rebound: implications and applications. Surveys in Geophysics, 32 (3), 291-313, doi:10.1007/s10712-011-9117-3.

  5. Chen, C.H., Wang, C.H., Chen, D.L., Sun, Y.Y., Liu, J.Y., Yeh, T.K., Yen, H.Y., Chang, S.H., (2011). Comparisons between air and subsurface temperatures in Taiwan for the past century: a global warming perspective, page 187-200. In Taniguchi, M. (Eds.) “Groundwater and Subsurface Environments: Human Impacts in Asian Coastal Cities”, Springer, doi:10.1007/978-4-431-53904-9_10.

B. Conference Papers

  1. Chang, S.-H., C.-H. Chen﹐W. H. Wang (2000). Fault slips inverted from surface displacement during Chi-Chi earthquake﹐EOS﹐WP108.
  2. Chang, S.-H. and W.-H. Wang (2002). What triggered the 1999 Chia-Yi earthquake sequence? 第九屆台灣地區地球物理研討會暨2002年中國地球物理學會年會論文集,201-206。
  3. Chang, S.-H. and W.-H. Wang (2003). Velocity field in Taiwan area derived from seismic moment tensor before and after the 1999 Chi-Chi earthquake, AGU Fall Meeting, Paper Number: S51D-0076.
  4. Chang, S.-H. and W.-H. Wang (2003). Can the mechanical properties, slip, and nucleation at the site of the 1999 Chia-Yi earthquake be constrained via static-stress impact of the 1999 Chi-Chi, Taiwan earthquake? 第十屆台灣地區地球物理研討會暨2003年中國地球物理學會年會論文集,381-383。
  5. Chang, S.-H. and W.-H. Wang (2005). Stress evolution on the plate boundary thrust fault in eastern Taiwan, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 7, 03937.
  6. Chang, S.-H. and W.-H. Wang (2005). Simulation of surface creep along the Chihshang fault in eastern Taiwan, 九十四年度地球物理學會年會暨蔡義本教授榮退專題研討會摘要集,第153頁。
  7. Chang, S.-H. and W.-H. Wang (2005). Simulation of surface creep along the Chihshang fault in eastern Taiwan, 東亞地體動力與環境國際會議暨第五屆台法地球科學研討會摘要集,第217頁。
  8. Chang, S.-H. and W.-H. Wang (2006). Modeling surface creep on the Chihshang fault in eastern Taiwan with rate-and-state friction, Eos Trans. AGU, 87(36), West. Pac. Geophys. Meet. Suppl., Abstract S11F-0162.