I was born and raised in Taiwan, an island at the northwest of Pacific experiencing various weather phenomena. I got my B.S. in atmospheric sciences at National Taiwan University and Ph.D. at University of California, Irvine. I worked on the spatiotemporal variability of the large-scale atmospheric circulation and its physical mechanisms behind in graduate school. After graduation, I studied air-sea interaction as a NASA postdoctoral fellow at Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Currently, I am studying offshore wind over the beautiful central coast of California as a researcher at Cal Poly.
In addition to doing research, I am a statistics instructor. I am teaching applied statistics at Cal Poly. Before that, I taught introductory statistics at Allan Hancock College from January 2017 to May 2018.
If you have any question about my work, feel free to reach out to me via firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!