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Chuan-Yuan Hsu
Chuan-Yuan Hsu
Phone:
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Email:
chsu1@geos.tamu.edu
Office:
O&M 628
Address:

Texas A&M University O&M Building
Room 628 MS 3146 
College Station, Texas 77843


Degrees:

B.S. Atmospheric science, chinese culture university (2003)

M.S. Atmospheric science, chinese culture university (2005)

M.S. atmospheric, oceanic and space science, university of michigan ann-arbor (2012)

Awards:

2016, 2017: Student Presenter Award: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem conference

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

2003: Hua-Gang Graduate Student Award


Chuan-Yuan Hsu

Graduate Student

Research Interests

Cloud Microphysics (subgrid parameterization in gcm, artificitial intelligence/machine learning)

Air-Sea Interaction and Ocean Dynamics (near-inertial waves and hurricanes in gom)

High Performance Computational Numerical Modeling (wrf, roms, crcm/cresm)

Selected Publications

Journal Publications

Posselt, D. J., A. R. Jongeward, C.-Y. Hsu, and G. L. Potter (2012): Object-Based Evaluation of MERRA Cloud Physical Properties and Radiative Fluxes during the 1998 El Nino - La Nina Transition, J. Climate.

Hsu C.-Y., P. Chang, J. Zhao, M. Howard (2017), the near-inertial impact of land-sea breeze in the Gulf of Mexico: Inter-comparison analysis of surface winds using observations, reanalysis and forecast products, manuscrips in preparation.

 

Conference Publications

Hsu C.-Y., P. Chang, J. Zhao and M. Howard (2017), Qualifying the summer NIWs effect and its impact on the oil spill events, Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference

Hsu C.-Y., P. Chang, and M. Howard (2016), The resonant influence of wind power input to ocean near-inertial motions using different wind products in the Gulf of Mexico, CAPA Petroleum and Petrochemical Tech. Symposium

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

Montuoro R., J. Kurian, P. Chang, R. Saravanan, and C.Y. Hsu (2014), Oil spill forecast in the Gulf of Mexico using a high-resolution coupled ocean-atmosphere model, Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference

Hsu C.-Y., A. R. Jougeward, D. J. Posselt, G. L. Potter (2010, 2011), object based evaluation of GCM-simulated clouds and radiation For the 1998 El Nino- La Nina transition, AGU Fall Meeting, Gordon Research Conferences

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

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

Hsu, C.-Y. (2005) Application of Neural Network to automatic cloud classification (Master Thesis)

Additional Information

AdvisorDr. Ping Chang

Programming Skills:

Fortran [17Yrs], Matlab [15Yrs], Bash Shell Scripts [15Yrs], Python [4Yrs], IDL [5Yrs], Machine Learning (ANN, SVM) [4Yrs], java scripts [3Yrs], html [3Yrs]

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