I am a graduate student in the Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at Princeton University and the Weather and Climate Dynamics Division at the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory of NOAA. I work closely with Dr. Stephen Garner, Dr. Gabriel Vecchi and Dr. Isaac Held on the theory of convection and tropical cyclones. My main research tools are idealized models, including global climate models and regional cloud-permitting models. My earlier experience involves other aspects of numerical computation, such as generation of unstructured grid, assimilation of observations into models, and parameterization of observations.
- Hypohydrostatic simulation of a quasi-steady baroclinic cyclone.” Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 77, 3, 1415–1428. (2020). . “
- Controllability, not chaos, key criterion for ocean state estimation.” Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 24, 3, 351–366. (2017). . “
- Ecological collapse and the emergence of travelling waves at the onset of shear turbulence.” Nature Physics, 12, 3, 245–248. (2016). . “
- The characterization of ice hydrometeor gamma size distributions as volumes in N0/λ/μ phase space: implications for microphysical process modeling.” Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 72, 2, 892–909. (2015). Tsung-Lin Hsieh, Matt Freer, Jeana Mascio, and Brian Jewett “
- Vertical Velocity and Microphysical Distributions Related to Rapid Intensification in a Simulation of Hurricane Dennis (2005).” Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 69, 12, 3515–3534. (2012). Brian Jewett, Matthew Gilmore, Stephen Nesbitt, and Tsung-Lin Hsieh. “
- Fluid Flow Model Development for Representative Geologic Media." Technical Report for the U.S. Department of Energy Used Fuel Disposition Campaign. (2012). Carl Gable, Nataliia Makedonska, Jeffrey Hyman, Tsung-Lin Hsieh, Quan Bui, Hui-Hai Liu, and Jens Birkholzer. "
- Ocean, Atmosphere, and Climate (GEO 202), Princeton Univeristy: Lab Instructor
- Differential Equations (MATH 285), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Grader and Mathematica Tutor