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Chi-Chia Tang

Telephone: 886-2-27839910 ext.523

E-mail address: ctang@earth.sinica.edu.tw


 

Education

Ph.D., Department of Earth and Environmental Science, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan (2010)

M.S., Institute of Seismology, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan (2005)

B.S., Department of Earth Sciences, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan (2003)

 

Employment

Postdoctoral Fellow (Academia Sinica, 09/2011 – present)

Second lieutenant   (Marine,   10/2010 – 09/2011)

Research Assistant (National Chung Cheng University,        04/2010 – 10/2010)

Visiting Doctoral student (Georgia Institute of Technology, 09/2009 – 03/2010)

Visiting Doctoral student (Saint Louis University, 04/2009 – 08/2009)

Research Assistant (National Chung Cheng University, 09/2003 – 03/2009)

 

Research Interests

Low-Frequency Earthquake and Non-Volcanic Tremor

Foreshock, Aftershock and Seismic source

Seismic Statistics

Receiver Function

 

Teaching Experience

Teaching Assistant, 09/2005-01/2009: Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, National Chung Cheng University; 09/2006-01/2007: Department of Geosciences, National Taiwan University (for Observational Seismology)

l   Inverse Theory (Fall, 2007-2008): Introduction to methods used in analyzing geophysical data. The course was designed to graduate students who have a basic background in science and mathematics.

l   Observational Seismology (Spring, 2006-2008): A course designed to involve graduate students into seismological research. The topics included seismometers and seismic networks, basic and advanced seismic data processing tools, travel time calculations, etc.

l   Introduction to Geophysics (Fall, 2004-2008): Undergraduate-level course in introduction to the history, shape, mechanical structure and dynamics of the solid-earth system. The covered topics include basic seismology, gravity, magnetism, heat flow and geodesy.

l   Gravity and Magnetic Prospecting (Spring, 2006-2008): Undergraduate-level course in understanding field methods used in gravity and magnetic studies via operating instruments.

 

Certificate for participation in “Teaching Assistant Training”, Fall 2007: National Chung Cheng University

 

Professional Affiliations

American Geophysical Union (2005 – present)

Chinese Taipei Geophysical Society (2005 – present)

 

Field Experience

Across-Taiwan Strait Explosion Experiment (ATSEE) (07/2010)

Land seismic deployment for TAiwan Integrated GEodynamics Research (TAIGER) project (03/2008)

Broadband seismic deployment around Ma-River Fault, Vietnam (11/2007)

Broadband seismic deployment around southern Taiwan (09/2005 – 01/2009)

 

Academic Activities

Manuscript referee:

l   Bulletin of Seismological Society of America.

l   Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences.

 

Conference award referee:

l   Judge for the outstanding student paper award, Taiwan Geosciences Assembly, 2013.

l   Judge for the outstanding student paper award, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 2011.

 

Invited Seminars:

l   Department of Earth Science, National Central University, Jhongli, Taiwan, May 2013.

l   Workshop on “Creeping Earthquake”, Taipei, Taiwan, June 2012.

l   Institute of Geosciences, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, December 2011.

 

Publications

A.    Publications in scientific journals

SCI journals

1.      Tang, C.-C., Z. Peng, C.-H. Lin, K. Chao, and C.-H. Chen (2013), Statistical Properties of Low-Frequency Earthquakes Triggered by Large Earthquakes in Southern Taiwan, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., in press.

2.      Chao, K., Z. Peng, C. Wu, C.-C. Tang and C.-H. Lin (2012), Remote triggering of non-volcanic tremor around Taiwan, Geophys. J. Int., 188(1), 301-324, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05261.x

3.      Tang, C.-C., L. Zhu, C.-H. Chen, and T.-L. Teng (2011), Significant Crustal Structural Variation across the Chaochou Fault, Southern Taiwan: New Tectonic Implications for Convergent Plate Boundary, J. of Asian Earth Sci., 41, doi: 10.1016/j.jseaes.2010.12.003.

4.      Tang, C.-C., Z. Peng, K. Chao, C.-H. Chen, and C.-H. Lin (2010), Detecting Low-Frequency Earthquakes within Non-Volcanic Tremor in Southern Taiwan Triggered by the 2005 Mw8.6 Nias Earthquake, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L16307, doi:10.1029/2010GL043918.

5.      Tang, C.-C., C.-H. Chen and T.-L. Teng (2008), Receiver Functions for Three-Layer Media, Pure and Appl. Geophys., 165, 1249-1262.

 

B.     Conference paper or abstract:

1.      Tang, C.-C., Z. Peng, C.-H. Lin, C.-H. Chen, and K. Chao (2012), Remote triggering of low-frequency earthquakes in southern Taiwan, presented at 2012 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, AGU, Abstract SE111-A025.

2.      Tang, C.-C., Z. Peng, C.-H. Lin, C.-H. Chen, and K. Chao (2012), Reoccurring Low-frequency earthquakes triggered by large earthquakes in southern Taiwan, presented at 2012 Annual Congress of Chinese Geophysical Society and Geological Society of Taiwan. (Talk)

3.      Huang, Ching-Tang, C.-C. Tang, S. Weng, and C.H. Chen (2012), Triggered Low-frequency earthquakes in Northeastern Taiwan, 2012 Annual Congress of Chinese Geophysical Society and Geological Society of Taiwan, Abstract 2-3F-S1-101.

4.      Tang, C.-C., Z. Peng, K. Chao, C.-H. Chen, and C.-H. Lin (2011), Low-Frequency Earthquakes within Non-Volcanic Tremor in Southern Taiwan Triggered by Large Earthquakes, presented at 2011 Fall Meeting, AGU, Abstract S23B-2280.

5.      Chao, K., Z. Peng, C.-C. Tang, C.-H. Lin, and C.H. Chen (2010), Deep Tremor Activities beneath the Central Range in Taiwan and Their Relationship to Local, Regional, and Teleseismic Earthquakes, 2010 Fall Meeting, AGU, Abstract S23A-2106.

6.      Tang, C.-C., Z. Peng, K. Chao, C.-H. Chen, and C.-H. Lin (2010), Detecting Low-Frequency Earthquakes within Non-Volcanic Tremor in Southern Taiwan Triggered by Large Earthquakes in Sumatra, 2010 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, AGU. (Talk)

7.      Tang, C-C., C.-H. Chen, T.-L. Teng, L. Zhu, and S. Wen (2010), Variation of Moho Depth in Taiwan Area from Radial Receiver Functions and Its Tectonic Implication, 2010 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, AGU. (Invited Talk)

8.      Tang, C.-C., Z. Peng, K. Chao, C.-H. Chen, and C.-H. Lin (2010), Detecting Low-Frequency Earthquakes within Non-Volcanic Tremor in Southern Taiwan Triggered by the 2005 Mw8.6 Nias Earthquake, 2010 Annual Congress of Chinese Geophysical Society and Geological Society of Taiwan. (Talk)

9.      Chao, K., Z. Peng, C.-H. Lin, and C.-C. Tang (2009), Systematic analysis of triggered and ambient tremor beneath the Central Range in Taiwan, 2009 Fall Meeting, AGU, Abstract T11C-1821.

10.  Tang, C.-C., L. Zhu, C.-H. Chen, and T.-L. Teng (2009), Moho depth and Crustal Structure across the Chaochou Fault, Southern Taiwan From Teleseimic Receiver Functions, 2009 Fall Meeting, AGU, Abstract T41B-2007.

11.  Hsiao H.-W.,C.-C. Tang, and H.-Y. Yen (2009), Moho depth of Central Taiwan from TAIGER stations, 2009 Annual Congress of Chinese Geophysical Society and Geological Society of Taiwan.

12.  Tang, C.-C., and C.-H., Chen (2008), Crustal structure of Taiwan area from radial receiver functions, 2008 Fall Meeting, AGU, Abstract S21C-1838.

13.  Tang, C.-C., C.-H. Chen, and W.-Y. Chang (2007), The crustal discontinuities of Taiwan from Radial Receiver Function , 2007 Annual Congress of Chinese Geophysical Society.

14.  Tang, C.-C., and C. H., Chen (2005), The depths of the Moho and crustal discontinuities beneath Taiwan area from radial teleseismic functions, 2005 Fall Meeting, AGU, Abstract T43A-1370.

15.  Tang, C.-C., Y.-T. Hsu, and C.-H. Chen (2005), Moho depth and Crustal structure of Taiwan from Teleseismic Receiver Function, 2005 Annual Congress of Chinese Geophysical Society

 

C.    Theses

1.      Tang, C.-C. (2005)Moho depth and Crustal structure of Taiwan from Teleseismic Receiver Function (in chinese),M.S. thesis, National Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan, R.O.C. 84 pp.

2.      Tang, C.-C. (2010), The crustal structure of Taiwan from Radial Receiver Function and Triggered Tremor, Ph.D. thesis, National Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan, R.O.C.133 pp.