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Chuan-Yuan Hsu
Chuan-Yuan Hsu
Phone:
(979) 862-4169
Email:
chsu1@tamu.edu
Office:
Eller O&M 702
Address:

Department of Oceanography

3146 TAMU

Texas A&M University

College Station, TX 77843


Degrees:

2018, Ph.D., Physical Oceanography, Texas A&M University

2011, M.S., Atmospheric, Oceanic, Space Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Awards:

2019: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem conference 2019 nominated on media hangout

2017: Student Presenter Award: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem conference 2017

2016: Student Presenter Award: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem conference 2016

2014: Graduate Student Scholar: Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative Nomination

2010: Session Chair: Rackham Graduate Symposium

2005: Teaching Chinese as Second Language Certificate

2003: Hua-Gang Graduate Student Award

Chuan-Yuan Hsu

Postdoctoral Research Assistant

Additional Information

Hsu C.-Y., B. Currier, G. Felimon (2019), Predictive neural network model for real-time nowcasting of recreational water quality advisories along the Texas beaches, Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference

Hsu C.-Y., J. Kurian, D. Fu, P. Chang, R. Montuoro, S. DiMarco (2019), Sensitivity analysis of numerical simulation of rapid intensification of hurricane Harvey (2017), American Meteorological Society 99th Annual Meeting

Hsu C.-Y., P. Chang, J. Zhao, M. Howard, J. Kurian, R. Montuoro (2015), A study of land-sea breeze in the Gulf of Mexico: Inter-comparison analysis of surface winds using observations, reanalysis and forecast products, Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference

Hsu F., Y.-H. Tseng (2007), The comparison among different cloud classification schemes using satellite imagery, Taiwan Geosciences Assembly, AGU Fall Meeting

Dietrich, D. E., Y., Tseng, F. Hsu, Avichal Mehra, Malcolm Bowman (2008), Eddies in the rotating annulus and gulf stream region, U. Chicago Seminar

Hsu C.-Y., C.-H. Liu (2005), Cloud classification using neural network, National Graduate Students workshop

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