Quanlifications

  • Ten-year advanced academic research experience in atmospheric science
  • Three-year air quality model experience using computer programming, such as Fortran 90 and C-shell
  • Ten-year data analysis experience using Excel, Minitab, Sigmaplot, and Statistica
  • One-year data analysis experience using R and Matlab
  • Three-year experience using Linux and cluster computer system

Work History

Work History
Mar 2011 - Aug 2015

Research Associate

University of Nevada-Reno
  • Managed ambient air pollutant monitoring sites
  • Collected and analyzed toxic and criteria air pollutant data
  • Conducted statistical and gridded air quality related models, such as the Positive Matrix Factorization and Community Multi-Scale Air Quality model to understand air pollutant emission sources and atmospheric chemistry and physics
  • Applied meteorological simulation to identify air pollutant transport and fate, such as HYSPLIT and Weather Research Forecast model (WRF)
  • Prepared and written reports, proposals, and articles* Supervised graduate and undergraduate students
Jun 2010 - Feb 2011

Research Associate

University of Nevada-Reno
  • Managed ambient air pollutant monitoring sites
  • Collected and analyzed toxic and criteria air pollutant data
  • Conducted statistical air quality related models such as the Positive Matrix Factorization, HYSPLIT to understand emission sources, atmospheric chemistry and physics and air pollutant transport and fate
  • Prepared and written reports,proposals, and articles* Supervised graduate and undergraduate students

Education

Education
Jan 2007 - Jun 2010

PHD Doctorate

Clarkson University
Sep 2003 - Jun 2005

M.Sc

National Cheng Kung University
Sep 1999 - Jun 2003

B.Sc

National Cheng Kung University

Skills

Skills

Gridded air quality models

Community Multi-scale Air Quality, Weather Research Forecast

Dispersion model

Industrial Source Complex Short Term Model

Statistical air pollutant models

Principal Component Analysis, Positive Matrix Factorization, Potential Source Contribution function

Computer Programming

Fortran, Bash, and C-shell

Linux and parallel computer system

NCAR Yellostone

Office software

MS Office (word, excel, powerpoint, access, outlook) and Open Office

Federal Reference Methods for critical air pollutants

CO, ozone, NOx, SO2, PM