I am a broadly trained biometeorologist studying the underlying processes of ecosystem-atmosphere interactions for natural and managed ecosystems. My research investigates the responses of ecosystem-atmosphere carbon and water fluxes to environmental controls in various forest and wetland ecosystems using micrometeorological methods, including flux measurements by the eddy covariance technique, closed-chamber measurements, and stable isotopes approach. Through experimentation and manipulation, I try to identify potential feedbacks and determine net climate impacts of different activities. Also, I aim to provide estimates at larger spatial scales using remote sensing and modelling approaches.
2022 - Group leader at Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
2020 - 2022 Postdoctoral fellow at University of British Columbia
2016 - 2020 Ph.D at University of British Columbia
2014 - 2016 M.Sc at University of British Columbia
2009 - 2013 B.Sc at National Taiwan University