徐长仪    博士研究             

Xu Changyi   Postdoctoral fellow              

 

TEL: +886-2-2783-9910 ext. 523

FAX: +883-2-2783-9871

E-mailxuchangyi86@gmail.com; xuchangyi@earth.sinica.edu.tw

Ø  Research interests: Earth rotation variation, low-degree gravitational field and crustal deformation 

 

Ø  Education

2006/09–2010/07  B. E. degree, Faculty of Geoexploration Science and Technology Jilin University, China.

 攻读学士学位吉林大学地球探测科学与技术学院.

2010/09–2012/09  M. S. degree, College of Earth Science, University of Chinese Academy Sciences, China.

 攻读硕士学位硕博连读),中国科学院大学地球科学学院.

2012/09–2015/07  Ph.D degree, College of Earth Science, University of Chinese Academy Sciences, China.

 攻读博士学位中国科学院大学地球科学学院.

 

Ø  Experience

2013/02–2013/08      Visiting doctoral student, Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.

2015/07–Now       Assistant Researcher, Institute of Earthquake Science, China Earthquake Administration, China.

2016/11– Now         Postdoctoral fellow, Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.

 

Ø  Publications

l  Journals

[1] Changyi Xu, Dongping Wei, and Wenke Sun (2016). Contribution of coseismic deformations on the current expansion of the Earth, Journal of Geodynamics, 99, 10-15, doi:10.1016/j.jog.2016.05.001. (SCI)

[2] G. Zhang, W. Shen, Changyi Xu, and Y Zhu (2016). Co-seismic gravity and displacement signatures induced by the 2013 Okhotsk Mw8.3 earthquake, Sensors, 16, 1410; doi:10.3390/s16091410. (SCI)

[3] Changyi Xu and Benjamin F. Chao (2015). Seismological vs. geodetic reference frames for seismic dislocation: Consistency under momentum conservations. Geophys. J. Int., 200, 1000-1004, doi:10.1093/gji/ggu439. (SCI)

[4] Guoqing Zhang, Guangyu Fu, Xin Zhou, and Changyi Xu (2015). Retrieve postseismic gravity changes induced by Sumatra earthquake (Mw 9.3) based on the viscoelastic dislocation theory. Chinese J. Geophysics, 58(5), 165-1665. (SCI in Chinese)

[5] Changyi Xu, Wenke Sun, and B. Fong Chao (2014). Formulation of co-seismic changes in Earth rotation and low-degree gravity field based on the spherical-Earth dislocation theory. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 1191-11, doi:10.1002/2014JB011328. (SCI)

[6] Changyi Xu and Wenke Sun (2014). Earthquake-origin expansion of the Earth inferred from a spherical-Earth elastic dislocation theory. Geophys. J. Int., 199, 1655-1661,doi:10.1093/gji/ggu364. (SCI)

[7] Changyi Xu, Wenke Sun, and Xin Zhou (2013). Effects of huge earthquakes on Earth rotation and the length of day. Terr. Atmos. Ocean. Sci., 24(4), 649-656, doi:10.3319/TAO.2013.01.16.02(Tibxs). (SCI)

[8] Changyi Xu and Sun Wenke (2012). Co-seismic Earth’s rotation change caused by the 2012 Sumatra earthquake. Geodesy and Geodynamics, 3(4), 28-31, doi:10.3724/SP.J.1246.2012.00028. doi:10.6038/cjg20150501. (ESCI)

 

l  Conferences

[1] Changyi Xu, Wenke Sun, Benjamin F. Chao and Guangyu Fu (2016). Coseismic changes of the Earth’s rotation and comparison to the geodetic observations. The International Symposium on Geodesy and Geodynamics (ISGG2016). July, Tianjin, China.

[2] Changyi Xu, Wenke Sun, Guangyu Fu and Jie Dong (2015). Coseismic density redistribution of the Earth interior based on the spherical dislocation theory and comparison to GRACE data. Assembly 2015 of the European Geosciences Union (EGU2015). April, 2015. Vienna.

[3] Changyi Xu and Wenke Sun (2014). Earthquakes expanding the Earth based on a spherical-Earth dislocation theory. 5th International Workshop on Multi-observations and Interpretations of Tibet, Xinjiang and Siberia ( 5th TibXS), the second prize of excellent papers. July, Guiyang.

[4] Changyi Xu, B. Fong Chao, Wenke Sun (2013). Cumulative coseismic displacement and comparison with GPS observations in Taiwan. 2013 AGU Fall Meeting (AGU2013). Dec. 2013, San Francisco.

[5] Changyi Xu, Wenke Sun (2012). Coseismic Earth rotation changes based on the spherical dislocation theory. 28th annual conference of the Chinese Geophysical Society, the Outstanding Paper Award (28th CGS). Beijing.