plih Lin, Li-Ching Postdoctoral Fellow

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

 Specialty: Data analysis, Oceanography

 

 

 

 

[Education]

l   Ph.D., Department of Civil Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2006.

l   M.S., Department of Civil Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2001.

l   B.S., Water Resources Engineering and Conservation, Feng Chia University, Taiwan, 1999.

 

[Experiences]

l   Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan (2011/9–present)

l   Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Research Center for Adaptive Data Analysis, National Central University, Taiwan (2011/4-2011/8)

l   Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Research Center for Environmental Changes, Academia Sinica, Taiwan (2008/6–2011/3)

l   Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Civil Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan (2007/1-2007/6)

 

[Pubications]

A.   Journal papers

1.    Kuo, C.Y., H.C. Kao, H. Lee, K.C. Cheng, L.C. Lin (2012) Assessment of radar waveform retracked Jason-2 altimetry sea surface heights near Taiwan coastal ocean, Marine Geodesy, 35, 188-197.

2.    Kuo C.Y., K.W. Chiu, K.W. Chiang, K.C. Cheng, L.C. Lin, H.Z. Tseng, H.T. Lin (2011), High-Frequency Sea Level Variations Observed by GPS Buoys suing Precise Point Positioning Technique, Terr Atmos Ocean Sci., 23, 209-218, doi: 10.3319/TAO.2011.10.05.01(Oc).

3.    Lin, L. C., and M. Liang (2011), Periods of 10-30 minutes of sea level variation observed in the coastal regions of Taiwan.(will be submitted to JGR).

4.    Liang, M.C., L.C. Lin, K.K. Tung, Yuk L. Yung, and S. Sun (2011), Nonlinear Dependence of Global Warming Prediction on Ocean State.( submitted to PNAS)

5.    Lin, L. C., and H. K. Chang (2008), An adaptive neuro-fuzzy method associated with tide generating forces and sea surface temperature for tidal prediction, Terr. Atmos. Ocean. Sci., Vol. 19, No. 1-2, 163-172. (SCI, IF= 0.643)

6.    Chang, H. K., and L.C. Lin (2006), Multi-point Tidal Prediction using Artificial Neural Network with Tide Generating Forces, Coastal Engineering, Vol. 53(10), pp. 857-864. (SCI, IF=2.404)

7.    Chang, H. K., L. C. Lin and S. C. Lin (2006), Polynomial trend removal in signals using back-propagation neural network, Journal of Coastal and Ocean Engineering, Vol. 6, pp. 25-44.( Best paper award of Journal of Coastal and Ocean Engineering)

B.  Conference abstracts

1.    Lin  L.C., W. T. Liang, H. K. Chang, and M. C. Liang (2011), On the extreme waves estimation by microseism approach during Typhoon Linfa, Asia Oceania Geosciences Society, Abstract AS09-OS07-A026-SRC.

2.    Lin L. C., M. Liang, H. K.Chang (2010), Periods of 10-30 minutes of sea level variation observed in the coastal regions of Taiwan, EGU General Assembly.

3.    Lin L. C., C. Kuo, C. Shum, Y. Song, Y. Yi, M. Liang (2009) ,On infragravity motions of the 2009 Samoa tsunami at Penrhyn Island, Eos Trans. AGU, 90(52), Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract U21E-2193.

4.    Liang, M., L. C. Lin, K. Li, K. K. Tung, R. Shia and Y. L. Tung (2009),  Multi-Decadal to Centennial Oscillations and Climate Signals Inferred by Periodic Solar Forcing, Eos Trans. AGU, 90(52), Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract GC33A-0724.

5.    Lin L. C., C. Kuo and C.K. Shum. (2009), Low frequency response of the lake level on climate effects, EGU General Assembly.( NSC 98-2914-I-001-005-A1)

6.    Lin L. C., M. Liang, H. K.Chang, and Y. J. Hsu (2009), Short-period Cycle Signals Relative to Tidal Oscillation Observed by Tide Gauge around Taiwan, Workshop on Retrospective Simulation and Analysis of Changing SE Asian High-Resolution Typhoon Wind and Wave Statistics,Tainan,Taiwan.

7.    Lin, L.C. and M. C. Liang (2008), An EMD based Neural Network method for Wind Wave Prediction, Eos Trans. AGU, 90(52), Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract OS41B-1222.

8.    Chang, H. K. and L.C. Lin (2006), Multi-point Tidal Prediction using Artificial Neural Network with Tide Generating Forces, International Workshop on Coast and Land Applications of Satellite Altimetry Conference.