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About Sen Chiao

Dr. Sen Chiao received his PhD degree from the North Carolina State University in 2003. His primary research interest is in numerical modeling with emphasis on problems in synoptic/mesoscale dynamics including: terrain-induced storms, tropical precipitation systems, land-sea-breeze convection, as well as boundary layer processes in coastal regions. He is currently involved in several projects including: 1) Investigating drainage flows, rotors and low-level jets under quiescent condition during the Terrain-Induced Rotor Experiment in spring 2006 (T-REX); 2) numerical modeling and data analysis of the African Multidisciplinary Monsoon Analyses (AMMA) field experiment in 2006; 3) Landfalling hurricane intensity changes.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, San Jose State University Meteorology and Climate Science
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Education

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2003 Ph.D., North Carolina State University ‐ Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
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1996 M.S., National Central University ‐ Atmospheric Physics
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1994 B.S., Chinese Culture University ‐ Atmospheric Science
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Contact Information

sen.chiao@sjsu.edu

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Refereed Publications (34)