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[征集]在国外的华裔海洋科学家名单:(1)物理海洋类

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JO_Editor1 发表于 2012-6-10 20:52:05 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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许多同学申请国外研究生院时,或老师申请海外学术访问时,希望了解在国外各大学、研究所作研究、任教、带研究生的华裔海洋科学家。

本帖征集在国外任教的“(1)物理海洋类”的华裔老师的名单。

请提供以下信息(信息不全不要紧):

(1)英文/中文姓名;(2)目前所在的国外大学、研究所以及学院、系;(3)专业/现在工作方向;(4)电子邮箱/电话; (5) 网页。

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[征集]在国外的华裔海洋科学家名单:(1)物理海洋类  http://www.joyocean.org/bbs/viewthread.php?tid=2294
[征集]在国外的华裔海洋科学家名单:(2)海洋地质和地球物理类  http://www.joyocean.org/bbs/viewthread.php?tid=2295
[征集]在国外的华裔海洋科学家名单:(3)海洋化学类  http://www.joyocean.org/bbs/viewthread.php?tid=2296
[征集]在国外的华裔海洋科学家名单:(4)海洋生物类  http://www.joyocean.org/bbs/viewthread.php?tid=2297
[征集]在国外的华裔海洋科学家名单:(5)声学、海洋工程、应用海洋物理类类  http://www.joyocean.org/bbs/viewthread.php?tid=2298
[征集]在国外的华裔海洋科学家名单:(6)海洋政策、其他类  http://www.joyocean.org/bbs/viewthread.php?tid=2299
 楼主| JO_Editor1 发表于 2012-6-11 07:30:33 | 显示全部楼层
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Fei Chai(柴扉)
University of Maine, School of Marine Sciences
Professor
(研究兴趣)I study how physical and biological processes contribute to the carbon cycle, and how the biological pump transfers carbon into the deep ocean. My current research interests include: developing and testing physical-biological models in several regions, the equatorial Pacific and the coast of Peru, the Gulf of Maine, and the Arabian Sea; studying the nutrient transport from the interior ocean to the surface by the ocean circulation and mixing processes; assimilating satellite information into the physical-biological models, such as sea surfac e temperature and surface ocean color. Much of my work has been interdisciplinary, emphasizing physical and biological oceanography. I am also interested in using the stateof-the-art supercomputing power for the large scale ecosystem models.
Email: fchai@maine.edu, Phone: (207) 581-4317
http://www.umaine.edu/marine/people/profile/fei_chai

Changsheng Chen(陈长胜)
University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, Department of Fisheries Oceanography, School of Marine Science & Technology
Professor
(研究兴趣)Chen is a coastal oceanographer who is interested in modeling and observational exploration of coastal ocean circulation, oceanic frontal processes, turbulent mixing/bottom boundary layer dynamics, chaotic mixing, western boundary current, internal waves and tides, and biological/physical interaction.  His recent research is mainly focused on ecosystem dynamics in the US eastern continental shelf. He is leader of the Marine Ecosystem Dynamics Modeling Research Laboratory, School for Marine Science and Technology, UMASSD. Chen and his co-workers have developed an innovative unstructured grid, Finite-Volume Community Ocean Model (FVCOM) for the ocean community.
Email: c1chen@umassd.edu, Phone: 508-910-6388
http://fvcom.smast.umassd.edu/People/chen.html

Rui Xin Huang(黄瑞新)
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Dept. of Physical Oceanography
Scientist Emeritus;formerly Senior Scientist and W. Van Alan Clark, Jr., Chair for Excellence in Oceanography
(研究兴趣)Theoretical and numerical study of oceanic general circulation, especially thermocline and thermohaline circulation and their links to climate dynamics.
Email: rhuang@whoi.edu, Office Phone: +1 508 289 2532
http://www.whoi.edu/profile.do?id=rhuang(个人网页)http://www.whoi.edu/science/po/people/rhuang/

Huijie Xue(薛惠洁)
University of Maine, School of Marine Sciences
Professor
(研究兴趣)The instability analysis code that I developed as a part of my thesis work has been adopted by a number of researchers with applications to the western boundary currents and coastal/shelf fronts and jets. Over the past few years, we conducted numerical studies of rapidly developing winter storms, which represents the foremost effort to examine air-sea interactions between mesoscale atmospheric events and prominent oceanic features using coupled atmosphere-ocean models. The synchronized coupling algorithm, which uses concurrent programming, can also be used in other similar coupled systems. The South China Sea project has fostered strong international collaborations between the PI and colleagues in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. My latest effort focuses on the development of the Gulf of Maine nowcast/forecast system, which produces results that are used for research, management and recreational purposes.
Email: hxue@maine.edu, Phone: (207) 581-4318
http://rocky.umeoce.maine.edu/~xue.htm

Xiao-Hai Yan(严晓海)
University of Delaware, College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment, Center for Remote Sensing (CRS)
Mary A.S. Lighthipe Chair Professor, Director of Center for Remote Sensing
(研究兴趣)Satellite Oceanography/Ocean Remote Sensing; Physical Oceanography/Ocean Circulation/Climate Change; Remote Sensing of Estuaries, Coastal and Open Ocean Waters;  Remote Sensing Image Processing; Air-Sea Interactions and Upper Ocean Dynamics; Mirowave Remote Sensing (Altimeter, Scatterometer and SAR); Environmental Remote Sensing
Email: xiaohai@UDel.Edu, Phone: 1-302-831-3694
http://www.ceoe.udel.edu/people/profile.aspx?xiaohai

Jiayan Yang(杨嘉岩)
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Dept. of Physical Oceanography
Senior Scientist
(研究兴趣)Numerical and theoretical studies of ocean circulation; Arctic oceanography and climate changes; interactions between open ocean and marginal and shelf seas.
Email: jyang@whoi.edu, Office Phone: +1 508 289 3297
http://www.whoi.edu/profile.do?id=jyang

Lisan Yu(于立三)
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Dept. of Physical Oceanography
Senior Scientist
(研究兴趣)Synoptical-to-interannual variability and interactions in the tropical atmosphere-ocean; stochastic dynamics of El Nino Southern Oscillation; data assimilation methodologies for using satellite and in situ observations to improve climate model predictions.
Email: lyu@whoi.edu; Office Phone: +1 508 289 2504
http://www.whoi.edu/profile.do?id=lyu(个人网页)http://www.whoi.edu/science/PO/people/lyu/

Zhongxiang Zhao
Applied Physics Laboratory - University of Washington, Ocean Acoustics Department
Senior Oceanographer
(研究兴趣)Ocean physics.
Email: zzhao@apl.washington.edu, Phone: 206-897-1445
http://www.apl.washington.edu/pe ... rst_name=Zhongxiang

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leo 发表于 2012-6-11 09:14:47 | 显示全部楼层
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Ping Chang(张平)
Texas A&M University, Dept. of Oceanography
Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and Oceanography Director, Texas Center for Climate Studies and holder of the Louis and Elizabeth Scherck Chair in Oceanography
(研究兴趣)Ping Chang's research focuses on climate variability and predictability in the tropical ocean-atmosphere coupled system. His specific topics of research concern the theoretical understanding of El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and Tropical Atlantic Variability (TAV). He and his colleagues have published a range of papers on the theory of ENSO and TAV dynamics and their predictability.
Email: ping@tamu.edu; Phone: 979-845-8196
http://ocean.tamu.edu/profile/PChang
Poseidon 发表于 2012-6-11 20:50:45 | 显示全部楼层
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Shang-Ping Xie(谢尚平)
University of Hawaii at Manoa, International Pacific Research Center and Dept. of Meteorology
Professor of Meteorology
(研究兴趣)My research centers on ocean-atmosphere interactions and their role in climate formation, variability, and change. The ocean's importance for climate is evident from the facts that most of solar radiation absorption occurs at the Earth surface and that the ocean occupies seventy percent of the Earth surface. Examples of ocean-atmosphere interaction effects are abundant, including the spontaneous generation of El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO), and the northward-displaced tropical rain band called the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) in the eastern Pacific and Atlantic.
Email: xie@hawaii.edu, Phone: (808) 956-9425
http://iprc.soest.hawaii.edu/users/xie/

More on Research Interests of Prof. Shang-Ping Xie: My research contributes to answering such fundamental questions as what determines the spatial distributions of climate, why it varies in time, how preferred patterns of climate variability form, and how predictable climate is. I carry out both diagnostic and modeling studies, using observations and numerical models of the ocean, atmosphere, and their coupled system. Geographically, my work covers all three major oceans of the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian, and monsoons of Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Our research has led to the formulation of wind-evaporation-sea surface temperature (WES) feedback mechanism and the Indian Ocean capacitor effect, the "warmer-get-wetter" idea for rainfall change in global warming, and the discovery of what Science magazine called the longest island wake of the world. The WES feedback is important for the northward displacement of the ITCZ and the tropical meridional mode. For more information, please see a narrative overview.

Zhengyu Liu(刘征宇)
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
Professor of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences and Environmental Studies
(研究兴趣)Modeling of global climate system; Ocean-atmosphere-land interaction; Climate change and climate variability in the past, present, and future; Modeling and dynamics of general oceanic circulation; Dynamics of geophysical fluid.
Email: zliu3@wisc.edu, Phone: (608) 262-0777
http://ccr.aos.wisc.edu/about/Personnel/faculty/liu_zhengyu.php
jlinwhoi 发表于 2012-6-14 16:05:36 | 显示全部楼层
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Xinyu Guo[郭新宇]
Ehime University(爱媛大学),Center for Marine Environmental Studies
Associate Professor
(研究兴趣)Simulation of the Kuroshio with nested mode;Nowcast/Forecest system for the Seto Inland Sea;Nutrient dynamics in the Seto Inland Sea and East China Sea and its relation to the long-term variations in the Kuroshio
Email: userid@dpc.ehime-u.ac.jp, Phone:+81-89-927-9824
http://www.ehime-u.ac.jp/~cmes/xguo/xguo.htm

Fei-Fei Jin(金飞飞)
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Dept. of Meteorology, School of Ocean & Earth Science & Technology
Graduate Chair
(研究兴趣)Research interests cover a broad range topics on the dynamics of large-scale atmosphere and ocean circulations as well as the climate variability, such as dynamics of ENSO (El Niño-Southern Oscillation), dynamics for climate variability in the extratropical atmospheric circulation, low-frequency modes of tropical ocean, dynamics of ocean gyre circulation, atmospheric teleconnection, theories for Pacific decadal variability etc. The primary research activity has been focused on two areas: (i) understanding the dynamics of ENSO and (ii) the dynamics for climate variability in the extratropical atmospheric circulation.
Email: jff@hawaii.edu, Phone: (808) 956-4645
http://lumahai.soest.hawaii.edu/Faculty/jff/Jin_feifei02010Jf.htm

Bo Qiu(裘波)
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Dept. of Oceanography, School of Ocean & Earth Science & Technology
Professor of Oceanography
(研究兴趣)Decadal Upper Ocean Variability in the North Pacific: Mechanisms, Impact and Prediction (NSF) ; Origins of the Kuroshio and Mindanao Currents (ONR) ; Ocean Surface Topography Mission/Jason-2: Investigating Midlatitude Ocean and Climate Dynamics using Satellite Altimetry and Modeling Analysis (NASA)
Email: bo@soest.hawaii.edu, Phone: (808) 956-4098
http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/oceanography/bo/

Meng Zhou(周朦)
University of Massachusetts, Boston, Dept. of Environmental, Earth and Ocean Sciences
Professor of Oceanography
(研究兴趣)Research interests include development and designs of closed algal growth module (bioreactor) at industrial scales, and models of photosynthetic and biochemical processes in growth modules; mathematical theories and observations of carbon flow within a plankton community; circulation, mesoscale circulation, fronts, estuarine circulation; plankton population dynamics (growth, mortality and biomass cycling), distribution and behavior, transport and retention; survey design, logistics, ADCP, OPC/LOPC, CTD, rosette, ring nets, bongo nets and MOCNESS, circulation models, ecosystem models.
Email: meng.zhou@umb.edu, Phone: 617-287-7419
http://www.umassmarine.net/facul ... p;instructor_id=188 (joyOcean)http://www.joyocean.org/home/space.php?uid=1144
ningzhao 发表于 2012-6-16 13:59:17 | 显示全部楼层
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